Gary wrote:
On 10/27/05, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Gary wrote:
> How do I stop acquisition at the root of my website?
> If I have two websites in zope, and I set the virtual host mapping to
> www.sitea.com/websites/SiteA <http://www.sitea.com/websites/SiteA>
> www.siteb.com/websites/SiteB < http://www.siteb.com/websites/SiteB>
>
> I don't want my users to get to SiteB from http://www.sitea.com/SiteB

Why not? How would they find a URL like that?

You can't do anything from the Zope side to stop this.
An Apache rewrite rule maybe? You'll need ot be clever mind...

http://www.sitea.com/somefolder/somesubfolder/SiteB/somesitebfolder/etc

...will still work.

Best bet? Don't sweat it, onyl worry about it if it really proves to be
a problem ,which it shouldn't be...

cheers,

Chris

PS: There's always Zope 3 ;-)


Thanks Chris,

I don't know how the URL got out.  But the web-bots are having so much fun with my website right now.  :(     They are indexing everything for the wrong virtual host.  Maybe robot.txt will stop them.

--
Gary

Gary,
Are these anonymous access sites?  If not then where are your users defined?  BTW, im curious - how does Zope 3 otherwise solve this?
David





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