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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by coolcamo2468, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. coolcamo2468

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    I was wondering what I need to tell cPanel to save error pages as to get them in a subdir of public_html. No matter what i've tried, it always adds it to the username, for example if i put in /public_html/Errors/400.shtml then it will just create a file in /public_html/ called publichtmlerrors400.shtml. What do i need to be entering instead?
     
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