How to customize 403 or 404 error page in cPanel

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In today's article, I will guide you, how to customize 403 OR 404 error page in cPanel. Basically, there are two methods to customize your 403 OR 404 error page.

v First Method:

·       Go to your cPanel account, and then login.

·       After that, find out the "Advanced" section, and then click on this "Error Pages" option.

·       Now select that Domain which you want to Manage the Error Pages of it, and then choose any error page from here.

·       So if click on this 404 error page, then you can edit page, where you can put the code inside the box.

·       You can also put any code on here which you want (HTML/CSS/JS).

·       Once you're done, then scroll down to the bottom, and then click on "Save" button.

·       Now here you can see our error page was saved.

v Second Method:

·       Find out the "Files" section, and then click on "File Manager" option.

·       Now go inside to the "public_html", and then here you need to create a new folder with the name of "Errors".

·       Once you're done, then create a new file inside the "errors" folder with the name of 403 or 404.html.

·       Once you're done, then Right-click on your created file, and then here you can see "HTML Edit" option.

·       Simply click on it, and then again click on "edit" button. So now here you can easily customize your 403 OR 404 error page.

·       Once you're done, then search this URL, then it will show the same customization of 403 or 404 Error page. 

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