Error pages give website visitors a friendly explanation when they encounter an error message. Here’s how to configure your website’s error pages using Directadmin web control panel:
Access Directadmin Control Panel: Firstly, log in to your Directadmin Control Panel using your credentials.
Go to "Custom Error Pages": Navigate to "Custom Error Pages" via Directadmin control panel under the "Advanced Features" tab.
Choose Error Page: From here, you can choose the error pages that you want to customize, such as the 404 error page.
Set Redirection: Then, you can choose whether to redirect users to another page or display a custom error message.
Customize Error Page: Edit the text, images, and other elements of your error page using an HTML editor.
Preview Pages: Preview your error page by visiting your website’s URL and intentionally trying to access an invalid page link or a non-existent page.
Save Changes: Save your changes, and your new error page will be active. Test it to make sure it works and looks good.
That's it! These are the steps to configure your website’s error pages using Directadmin web control panel. Customizing error pages can improve your website’s visitor experience, provide helpful guidance, and highlight your brand identity.