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Introduction: Custom error pages can provide a better user experience by displaying a tailored message or design when a visitor encounters an error on your website, such as a 404 Not Found or 500 Internal Server Error. In this article, we will guide you through the process of creating and managing custom error pages in DirectAdmin.

1. Log in to your DirectAdmin account.
2. Navigate to the "Advanced Features" section and click on "Custom Error Pages."
3. You will see a list of common HTTP error codes, such as 400, 401, 403, 404, and 500. To create a custom error page for a specific error code, click on the error code number.
4. In the editor, you can customize the content of your error page using HTML, CSS, or even JavaScript. You can also include dynamic elements, such as the error code, error message, or requested URL, by using the available placeholders (e.g., |ERR_CODE|, |ERR_DESC|, or |REQUEST_URI|).
5. Once you have created your custom error page, click "Save" to apply the changes.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for any additional error codes you would like to create custom error pages for.
7. To revert to the default error page for a specific error code, click the "Reset to Default" button next to the corresponding error code in the list.

Conclusion: Custom error pages can improve the user experience when visitors encounter errors on your website. By following this guide, you can create and manage custom error pages for various HTTP error codes in DirectAdmin. Make sure to test your custom error pages to ensure that they display correctly and provide helpful information to your website visitors.

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