PHPBUilder: Using PHP Error HandlingMay 20, 2000, 21:10 (0 Talkback[s])
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"An all to common error on the web is broken links. You end up with broken links from other sites whenever you rearrange your site. People bookmark some page they like and come back 3 months later only to find a '404 Not Found', giving them no help whatsoever about where to start looking for the page you originally had on your site. Let's solve this, or atleast be friendly to your users and help them get back on track whenever they hit 'a 404'. You can even create a common page to report all errors you might encounter while rendering your pages."
"PHP together with Apache gives you quite alot of freedom to create your own error pages, but requires some reconfiguring and a tiny bit of coding. Let's start off with the configuration part. "
"The Apache ErrorDocument directive specifies what document (or
URI) Apache should redirect a user to in case of an error. It
allows you to specify one resource for each and every error code
one of your users might run into. Start off by adding a
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