WWW domain error pages (ISPmanager)

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An Error page is the warning message coming from the web-server when the requested page fails to open. Each problem has its own code, such as 401, 404, 500, etc. and a corresponding error page.

This module can be used to manage your error pages that are displayed for your WWW domains: create error pages, such as "Page not found", "Internal server error", "Access denied", etc., edit their properties or delete if necessary.

Information about the error pages can be found here. You can also learn more information about error codes returned by ISPmanager in the article Error codes (ISPmanager).

See also Error pages. Technical details (ISPmanager).

Module«WWW domain error pages»
Image:T-back.png Back to the WWW domains list
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of error pages
Image:T-new.png Add error page
Image:T-edit.png Edit error page parameters
Image:T-delete.png Delete error page


View a list of error pages

  • WWW domain - name of the WWW domain for which that error page is used.
  • Error code - error code.
  • URL - internal or external URL to which the browser is redirected in case of error.

Add error page

To add a new error page, click the "New" icon and fill out the form:

Module«WWW domain error pages»
  • WWW domain - select the WWW domain to add the error page.
  • Error code - select the error code for this error page. For more information, please read Error codes (ISPmanager).
  • URL - enter the path to the document that will be shown in case the error occurs. If URL is internal, the value of the given field should begin with a mark "/". In case of external one it should begin with "http://" or "https://".

Please note! In case of error 401 you cam specify only the internal URL, i.e. relative path to one of the files in the WWW domain's directories.

Edit error page parameters

To edit an error page, locate the error page you wish to edit, click the "Edit" icon and modify the settings you want to change.

Delete error page

To delete an error page, select it from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you want to delete the error page by clicking "OK" in the following form.

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