Hello, I have a Wordpress blog like “example.com” and I use Prettylinks plugin for my affiliate link redirection. If my website prettylinks redirection script is “example.com/redirect/first-url.php”, then how can I protect my prettylinks redirects using Rate Limiting feature for a set number of clicks for the redirection for any particular random ip? What will I have to put in the URL field "is it
or anything like
or anything else?
Note: Here all the URLs reside in the “Redirect” folder (like in example.com/redirect/first-url.php etc)
I just want to protect my entire site from any particular random ip and limit their access to the redirection script (example.com/redirect/first-url.php or example.com/redirect/second-url.php etc) to a set number of clicks and then ban that particular ip from clicking and redirecting to my affiliate links anymore. Also, Do anybody know how to check to know how many requests a particular page on your website generates to completely load?? Will it be 1 request for 1 url redirection as far as prettylinks redirection script is concerned (pardon me but that question is only directed at any wordpress prettylinks users here)? Thank you for your replies and any possible solution.