Are you referring to the concept where web site A links to web site B not to their home page but a subordinate web page? If so, it's called deep linking. Do a Google search on "deep linking." FWIW, I hope your client has deep pockets. The case law is still evolving on deep linking and legal beagle fees can be expensive. Dennis thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org wrote on 03/10/2006 09:25:26 AM: > Ordinarily, external incoming links are a good thing, but what about when > it is not a good thing? Is there a way to block a referring/incoming URL? > > For example, www.company-one.com has a link to a particular page on > www.company-two.com's Web site. Can company-two.com block the incoming > links that company-one has set up? > > I am trying to fulfill a client's request. Direct contact has been > established, a removal request has been sent and dismissed (by said > company-one), and now it is moving towards a legal/court situation. > > So, what I'd like to do, if possible, is simply block the link that is > coming from the other web site. Can I do this with .htaccess, or > something else as simple? Google returned more noise than signal for the > KWs I searhced for. > > Info: > "company-two" is running Apache on Linux. > > Thanks, > > -- > Jono Young > Designer | Developer | Illustrator > Charleston Web Solutions > Bringing Higher Standards to the Lowcountry > http://www.charlestonwebsolutions.com > -- > > * * Please support the community that supports you. * * > http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > > For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester > and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org > Workers of the Web, evolt !