Set your custom error pages using htaccess. Create a page just like any other, with a message like 'sorry, the page you are looking for cannot be found' (404) or 'there is a problem running this script' (500). Upload your custom pages to your website and use the generator below to create the code to place into your htaccess file.
Create custom pages for each error code you wish to use - page not found, internal server error, etc. It's easier if you call them '404.html' or '500.html' etc.
red asterisk denotes the more common error pages used - however, you may have a need for the other error codes
Upload the custom pages to your website. They can either be in the root folder for your domain, or in a sub-folder. If in a sub-folder, you will need to state the path from the domain root.
Enter the relative link to the page in the text box next to the error code you wish to use (from domain root) WITHOUT a leading slash
Copy the code and paste it into notepad and save it as htaccess.txt. Upload it in ASCII format to the root folder for your domain (ie, where the user goes to when they first enter your site) and rename it to .htaccess (remember the dot!!)
Unless you have your ftp program set to show invisible files, the file will then disappear from sight. Don't worry, it's still there!
If you have an existing htaccess file, copy and paste the generated code into that.
If you are using this on a subdomain, you may find that it doesn't work. It depends on whether your subdomains are 'true subs' or symlinked from under the domain. If this is the case, use a full url (ie, http://sub.domain.com/errorpage.html).
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