Creating Custom Error Pages

Error pages are displayed to Internet users when any one of a variety of errors occur, such as when a user enters an incorrect URL or is not authorized to access a specific directory in your web site.

Companies often customize error pages to brand them with a specific corporate image and a link to their home page. You do not have to customize these pages - the error page is always available, whether customized or not.

To create Custom Error Pages, first you need to login to your cPanel account and then follow this guide.

1. Click on the 'Error Pages' icon, which can be found under the Advanced section of your cPanel home screen.

2. If you have multiple domains listed, please ensure you pick the correct domain in the drop down box.

3. Select the error page that you wish to modify, such as the '404' page.

3. In the text field enter the HTML code and text to customize the page. You can use the buttons to insert tags into the code.

Example:

404 Not Found


The requested page, ,is not available.

4. Click the 'SAVE' button to save and apply the new page.

  • Email, SSL
  • 0 Users Found This Useful
Was this answer helpful?

Related Articles

Enabling Hotlink Protection

A Hotlink is when content on your site is illegally used (embedded) on another site, using your...

Using File Manager

To use File Manager, first you will need to login to your cPanel account and then follow this...

Backing Up your Site

For new users of cPanel the easiest method of backing up your site is to use the Backup Wizard,...

Configuring Account Level Email Filters

Account level email filters allow you to filter email for your domain's main email account, if...

Creating Cron Jobs

A cron job is a scheduled task that takes place at predetermined times on the server. To create a...