Custom Error Pages in Cloud Website Hosting
You can set up custom error pages for any of your websites effortlessly when you use any of our Linux cloud website hosting. This can easily be done through the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia Control Panel, provided with all accounts as soon as you go there, you can set your customized pages independently for any domain or subdomain. You must upload the files to your account beforehand and enter the links to them during the process. This feature could be de-activated anytime and the options you'll be able to select from are a standard page from our system or a default Apache server page. Customized error pages could be set with an .htaccess file too. The file should be put in the domain or subdomain folder and it must contain some system code and links to the pages. If you're not tech-savvy, you may copy the whole content you'll need for the file from our Help section.
Custom Error Pages in Semi-dedicated Servers
Including your personal pages for any of the four error types to any Internet site hosted through a semi-dedicated server account with us shall be very easy and shall not take more than a couple of mouse clicks. Once you upload the files to your account, you could go to the Hosted Domains section of your Hepsia CP and edit any of the domains and subdomains listed there using an intuitive interface with drop-down menus. You may select what page should display for each error type. The options are a standard Apache server page or a page from our system, and custom made pages. In case you choose the last option, you will need to type in the link to every single page in your account, then save the change. The link or the kind of page that appears if a user encounters an error can be changed at any time. If you are more experienced, you can use an .htaccess file to set custom made error pages as well, as an alternative to using our integrated generator software tool, and in case you choose this option, the file should be placed inside the root directory of a particular domain or subdomain.