.htaccess hotlinking prevention, prevent EVEN typed urls?
Don't you hate it if you've managed to do something but broke it because you've accidently removed it?
Well, happened to me.
I had a .htaccess with a rule that ONLY if a file is directed from a certain referrer, it can be accessed. EVEN if you copy and paste the link in a browser and then type it, it'll show a hotlinking-image.
But now I can't do it again... anyone got any pointers on how to set up .htaccess to even prevent directly typed URLs?