So I have a domain "testdomain.com".
Inside test domain.com's root is the following .htaccess:
Options +FollowSymLinks -Indexes
ErrorDocument 403 /launch/index.html
Deny From All
Allow From 192.168.1.2
When you visit anything other than root things work fine. Eg. if you visit http://testdomain.com/somedirfile.html
It will show the right error in /launch/........
An easy way to pay companies and friends/family since PayPal does not have an option when sending money to make it a subscription:
"business" = The e-mail or PayPal ID of the person/organization to pay to.
a3 The recurring amount "eg. 115" will be 115 USD
p3 The time period (eg. 2)
t3 Unit of time period m=monthly,w=weekly,y=yearly
item_name = "the note/product service reason you are paying ha........
There is a weird quirk with how this works, but there is a variable called "src" that defaults to 0 or disabled if not specified as 1.
The default 0 means not to recur billing on a subscription. It's too bad it's not more obvious anywhere nor is there an explanation or warning during payment or after to both the seller and buyer.
Here's a proper subscription code example that does recur and does not cancel........
It was hard to find this as I find most online payment processors don't just put the basic information in plain view.
Remember to set your sid (your seller id). The below can easily be turned into a scripted PHP template to integrate into your own custom or existing payment solution.