Alias /errorfolder /usr/local/apache/customerror/ ErrorDocument 400 /errorfolder/400.shtml ErrorDocument 401 /errorfolder/401.shtml ErrorDocument 403 /errorfolder/403.shtml ErrorDocument 404 /errorfolder/404.shtml ErrorDocument 500 /errorfolder/500.shtml
Assuming you have root access to the server, this can be done via the command line using the command provided in my last response:1) Create a directory in /usr/local/apache to store your custom error messages. In this case, I have named the directory "customerror":
how to do this? and how to upload the error pages which created by me to the customerror file?
Yes, this can be achieved via "cPanel -- Advanced - Error Pages":if the user want to overrite the error pages? could he overrite those error pages by his cpanel or .hactess.
ErrorDocument 404 /errorfolder/404.html
i can't find the customerror/images file, so i don't know where should i upload my images to and how in vi to invoke it.eg:root
....and so on
<img src=""> background:url(".....")...;
/usr/local/apache/customerror/images /usr/local/apache/customerror/404.shtml style.css
You will have to use the full path to the image in your script instead of the soft path (e.g. /home/$username/public_html/images/file.jpg instead of images/file.jpg).But, I now have another issue... I am embedding an image into the .shtml or .html but the images are not showing... The paths appear incorrect. For example, if I visit domain.com/xxxx.html, the page loads fine but images within xxxx.html that are in /images/ are instead pointing to the domain.com/images/ directory.....
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