Configure custom error pages

Custom Errors tab of web site properties allows you to customize HTTP error messages that are sent to clients when web server errors occur. It is possible to use generic default HTTP 1.1 errors, detailed custom error files that IIS provides, or create your own custom error files.

  1. Log in to SolidCP account
  2. In Web & Applications section, click Web Sites icon
  3. Click domain link
  4. Click Custom Errors tab
  5. Add, update or delete a custom error
  6. Click Update button.
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