How to Enable Hotlink Protection for Your Website Using cPanel

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to enable hotlink protection for your website and allow some domains to access your website from your cPanel.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Go to Security and click Hotlink Protection

2) Click Enable

3) You will then get a confirmation page, click Go Back

4) Enter the URL of any domain that you would like to allow hotlinking

5) Enter the URL you would like people to be redirected to if they try to hotlink

6) Click Submit

7) You will then get a confirmation page

This concludes how to enable hotlink protection for your website and allow some domains to access your website from your cPanel

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2 Comments on How to Enable Hotlink Protection for Your Website Using cPanel

  1. Pingback: What is hotlink and how to disable hotlinking in order to prevent bandwidth theft | zdiaz.com

  2. Alla Gessel says:

    Excellent article over again. Thanks a lot:)

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