I want to block Twitter bots from my site, or rather redirect them to a specified URL when they visit my site.
I have a list of user agents their bots use and if anyone visits my page with these user agents, they get sent somewhere else. Normal users get sent somewhere else.
Twitter bot (defined by a set of user agent strings) visits my page... Gets sent to [url removed, login to view]
Normal user visits my page... Gets sent to [url removed, login to view]
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Hello there! This could be achieved through .htaccess as well as with scripting (php). Would the destination location depend on th erequested URI or it would always be one and the same? Regards, Dobri
we should add that in [url removed, login to view] when one of those bots comes here redirect to [url removed, login to view] , i am available and can do that now if you are interested
I have more than 8 years of experience in PHP and open source, also have experience of handling complex project and I'm very much confident that I will able to manage this project. Please give chance to prove myself.
Hello, This should be a quite easy and fast... on [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] add some header detection code (in php, via the HTTP_USER_AGENT). Contact me for more details.