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How to create custom error page using .htaccess

Different types of error you want to cover

  • 400 – Bad request
  • 401 – Authorization Required
  • 403 – Forbidden
  • 404 – Not Found
  • 500 – Internal Server Error

Now create a .htaccess file and put following code in your .htaccess file

RewriteEngine On
ErrorDocument 400 /badrequest.php
ErrorDocument 401 /authreqd.php
ErrorDocument 403 /forbidden.php
ErrorDocument 404 /pagenotfound.php
ErrorDocument 500 /internalerror.php

You can name error page whatever you want. In the above example all error pages located in the root folder.

.htaccess file must be in root folder.

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This is Anuj Kumar. I’m a professional web developer with 4+ year experience. I write blogs in my free time. I love to learn new technologies and share with others.
I founded PHPGurukul in September 2015. The main aim of this website to provide PHP, Jquery, MySQL, PHP Oops and other web development tutorials.
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