Error Pages

Use this utility to define what will be done if a requested page on your site is missing or fails to open for any other reason. In order to specify your own Error Documents, you need to be slightly familiar with the server returned error codes:

Successful Client Requests

200   OK
201   Created
202   Accepted
203   Non-Authoritative Information
204   No Content
205   Reset Content
206   Partial Content

Client Request Redirected

300   Multiple Choices
301   Moved Permanently
302   Moved Temporarily
303   See Other
304   Not Modified
305   Use Proxy

Client Request Errors

400   Bad Request
401   Authorization Required
402   Payment Required (not used yet)
403   Forbidden
404   Not Found
405   Method Not Allowed
406   Not Acceptable (encoding)
407   Proxy Authentication Required
408   Request Timed Out
409   Conflicting Request
410   Gone
411   Content Length Required
412   Precondition Failed
413   Request Entity Too Long
414   Request URI Too Long
415   Unsupported Media Type

Server Errors

500   Internal Server Error
501   Not Implemented
502   Bad Gateway
503   Service Unavailable
504   Gateway Timeout
505   HTTP Version Not Supported

To configure Error Pages:

  1. Go to Domain Setting > Web Options for the domain you need.
  2. Scroll down to find the Error option and click the Add icon on its right.
  3. In the form that appears, enter the error document settings:

For Unix accounts:

For Windows accounts:

Users will get a slightly different form to enter the path to the custom error page. Note that the path should be relative to the home directory, not to the virtual host directory.

If you check FILE:

For instance, with the following file path, all account domains will share this error page: pages\404_error.html

If you check URL: