If you have looked at many Internet sites, you have probably come across some error message from time to time. An error can occur if the website hosting server cannot process a request (Error 400), if you must log in so that you can see some content and you haven't done so (Error 401), if you aren't able to access some page (Error 403) or when a link leads to a file which isn't on the website hosting server (Error 404). Getting this type of messages can sometimes be aggravating because the pages have absolutely nothing in common with the actual website. That’s why some web hosting providers allow you to set your own error pages that will match the design of your own site and that could have any content which you'd like - information why the error has occurred, a suggestion what you can do or even some amusing comment. This type of function can help you keep the visitor on the website no matter the error and the reason for it.

Custom Error Pages in Semi-dedicated Servers

Including your pages for each of the four error types to any web site hosted from a semi-dedicated server account with us will be very uncomplicated and won't take more than a couple of clicks. After you upload the files inside your account, you can go to the Hosted Domains section of your Hepsia Control Panel and edit each of the domains and subdomains listed there through an intuitive interface with drop-down menus. You can select what page should display for each and every error type. Your options are a standard Apache server page or a page from our system, and personalized pages. If you choose the aforementioned option, you have to enter the link to every single page inside your account, then save the change. The link or the sort of page that will be displayed when a user encounters an error can be modified at any time. If you're more experienced, you may use an .htaccess file to be able to set in-house developed error pages too, rather than using our integrated generator tool, and should you pick this option, the file needs to be placed inside the root directory of a given domain or subdomain.