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  • Harry
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    Thanks for sharing but it's always suggested to check all pages of your website twice for any error rather then using such error pointing messages.

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  • Sanersone
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    Thank you, Bryan. Interesting Tutorial!

    I hope it will help many cPanel users like me to create customized error pages. I have never thought of this being so simpler procedure... Nice to know.... thanks again, Bryan!

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  • qjhaji
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    Originally posted by BryanWeb View Post
    How to create custom error pages in cPanel?
    1. Login to cPanel.
    2. Click on the option - Error Pages ( As you can see, you can make several custom pages).
    3. Click on the error code you wish to create the page.
    4. Within the Box - Enter the Page Code / You may also use the HTML to match the error page with your website.
    5. You may use the Tags - Refering URL, Visitor's IP address, Requested URL & Server Name.
    6. Save it.

    List of some Custom Error Pages Code.
    • Error Code 400 - Bad Request
    • Error Code 401 - Authorization Required
    • Error Code 403 - Forbidden
    • Error Code 404 - Wrong Page / Page does not exist
    • Error Code 500 - Internal Server Error

    Thanks BryanWeb for sharing this tutorial.

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  • How to create custom error pages using cPanel control panel ?

    How to create custom error pages using cPanel hosting control panel ?
    1. Login to cPanel.
    2. Click on the option - Error Pages ( As you can see, you can make several custom pages).
    3. Click on the error code you wish to create the page.
    4. Within the Box - Enter the Page Code / You may also use the HTML to match the error page with your website.
    5. You may use the Tags - Refering URL, Visitor's IP address, Requested URL & Server Name.
    6. Save it.

    List of some Custom Error Pages Code.
    • Error Code 400 - Bad Request
    • Error Code 401 - Authorization Required
    • Error Code 403 - Forbidden
    • Error Code 404 - Wrong Page / Page does not exist
    • Error Code 500 - Internal Server Error
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