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You might be able to disable directory browsing in your web server's configuration. Visitors should then see an HTTP 403 error page instead.

Another option would be to redirect requests for the URL to products.html, or some other page.

If a web server finds a default web page located in the directory it will serve that instead of a directory listing. Default web pages are typically named something like 'index.htm', 'default.aspx', or 'index.php'. It depends on your configuration.

So, if you wish to prevent visitors from browsing a directory, you might get away with simply dropping in an empty default page.

Which web server are you using?

Edited by LaxLoafer

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Hi there
Thanx for the reply

I have altered my htaccess file on the server.
Now when a user tries to access a directory it gives the 403 error

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