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Qdesktop did exactly what I needed, and it’s free (source code is on Github). It even lets you toggle being able to interact with the web page (e.g. to log on to a site).
I have not determined an absolutely conclusive answer to this question, but from what I can tell, it was due to a server-side error.
For those who actually run stuff like this, this question is very naive. We could flippantly say, "A bajillion dollars," but that's not going to help you. You need to answer the following questions and once you have those answers, finding the answer to this question is easy enough: How large a database? Petabytes? How much data are you storing daily? ...
Use an index.php file with a redirect header : $ cat img/index.php <?php header('Location: /'); ?> Or use http_redirect() function.
I guess you have the apache already configured so that the images cannot be accessed? However, the most easy way to accomplish this is to create a .htaccess in your image folder with: deny from all When a user is blocked like this, he receives the HTTP-Error 403, you can add a script to this by adding to .htaccess following: ErrorDocument 403 ...
Use uBlock Origin browser extension for rich domain blocking level capabilities.
I know that my development team has recently completed regression testing out web based product on windows 10 / ie 11 and everything was fine.
A user can easily access inappropriate content by entering incognito or inprivate modes, searching for anything they want using google, yahoo, or bing, and seeing anything they want by clicking on the image tab. All the major search engines cache the image content on their servers. This incognito->search->images ultimately bypasses most parental control ...
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