In most cases, no-one really wants to restrict access to their website. If you want your website visible to the general public, and you want people to be able to contact you via your website, you certainly can't restrict access to your contact page. This idea dramatically changes when somebody repeatedly spams your contact forms or blog posts. If you have been a victim of receiving spam messages on your website, you are probably thinking; "I know exactly what you mean!"
In my search to see what I could do to help my client stop the hundreds of spam contact form submissions they were receiving, I learned that blocking an IP Address can only really be done if you are using a "server-side language", such as PHP, something that can't be used on a lot of web builders such as Weebly.
The good news is, there are services out there that can provide you with an embeddable code that will work, by simply copying the code that they provide and pasting it into the <Head> code section of the site, or page.
Well, I found a solution. One that not only worked, but it also provides a few other features that can be helpful. Like the ability to direct blocked users away from your website, to somewhere like Google.com
The IP Address Approval system will work with a number of website builders such as Blogger, Wordpress, Squarespace, Wix and Weebly, to name a few.
And what more, you can block IP Addresses, for free. (Read More)
By: Jeffrey T. Kastner