Custom Error Pages
Take a plunge into website error pages. Discover when they show up and why you need to make your individual custom error pages.
If you have checked out many Internet sites, you've probably encountered some error message now and again. An error may occur when the web server cannot process a request (Error 400), if you have to log in so as to see some content and you have not done so (Error 401), if you are not able to access some webpage (Error 403) or if a link leads to a file which isn't on the server (Error 404). Encountering this kind of messages could often be annoying as the pages have absolutely nothing in common with the actual Internet site. That’s why some website hosting providers allow you to apply your own error pages that will match the layout of your own Internet site and which can have any content that you would like - information why the error has taken place, a suggestion what you can do or even some funny remark. This type of function will help you keep the visitor on the site whatever the error or the reason for it.
Custom Error Pages in Cloud Web Hosting
The custom made error pages feature is provided with each cloud web hosting
plan that we offer and you will be able to substitute the generic pages with your own with no more than a few clicks inside your Hepsia website hosting Control Panel. You will have to produce the actual files and to upload them to your account, then to set them for a specific domain or subdomain using the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia CP. You could do this for every Internet site hosted inside the account independently, so that every group of customized pages will have the exact same style and design as the site it's part of. If necessary, you can always return back to a default page from our system or to a default Apache server page. An alternate way to set customized error pages is to create an .htaccess file in the domain/subdomain root folder and to include a few lines in it. If you have not done this before, you may simply copy the required program code from our Help article on this subject.