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I wish to know if i put a link to an image (hosted in another site) to show it in my page then will my bandwidth get metered every time the image is shown?
Thanks in advance
No, the other site is going to use the bandwidth.
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If I understand you right, you are talking about hot linking. If you take an image from one site and link it on yours this will not affect your bandwidth; however, I would not recommend it cause you may be stealing bandwidth from someone else.
Originally Posted by WHU-Mike
however, I would not recommend it cause you may be stealing bandwidth from someone else.
Unless of course he is using one of those free image hosting services.
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Yes WHU-Mike i really ment hot linking and as Artashes mentioned i am talking abt a free image hosting services. Thanks Jedito for your quick reply.
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