An error page informs a visitor when there is a problem accessing your site. Each type of problem has its own code (such as 404, 500, etc.) and corresponding error page.
Basic error pages are automatically provided by the web server. However, Enkompass allows you to define custom error pages for several HTTP codes.
For information about server-related HTTP error codes, see our HTTP codes documentation
. For information about all error codes, click here
The Enkompass Error Pages
interface allows you to redirect visitors to a custom error page, or delete an existing error page.
Redirecting to a custom error page
The View/Delete Error Documents
table shows the current list of error pages that visitors will see.
To redirect visitors to a different error page, select the error code you wish to redirect from the Status Code
You can also specify a substatus code which will be logged, so that you can more easily track HTTP errors on the server. (For more information, please see Microsoft's documentation on substatus codes
How you configure the File Path/URL
will depend on the response mode you wish to use:
- File — If you wish to redirect visitors to a file on your server, type the file path into the File Path/URL field and select File from the drop-down menu.
- Redirect — Use this mode to redirect visitors to an absolute URL. Type the URL into the File Path/URL and select Redirect.
- Execute URL — This mode will redirect the visitor to a relative URL on your domain. For example, if your domain is
example.com and you type
error404.html into the File Path/URL field, the server will redirect the visitor to
Deleting an existing error page
If you want to delete an existing error page, click the corresponding red "x".
Topic revision: r5 - 01 Dec 2009 - 19:23:55 - MelanieSeibert
AllDocumentation/EnkompassHelp.ErrorPages moved from Sandbox.ErrorPages on 21 Aug 2009 - 19:59 by Main.JustinSchaefer
- put it back