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From Dragon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache Conf
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2007 14:53:52 GMT
Kyle Vorster wrote:
>Hi Guys,
>I am trying to tweak a apache server installed with cPanel.
>What I am trying to do is set server-wide 'custom' error pages, but 
>when a user uploads his own set of 'custom' error pages it should 
>over-right the server-wide pages and display the users pages.
>so looking at something like this
>if (is_file(/home/$user/public_html/404.shtml))
>  display /home/$user/public_html/404.shtml;
>} else {
>  display /usr/local/apache/htaccess/404.shtml;
>Any one know how this could be done, or direct me to the right documents.
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This is getting a bit out of Apache territory and really ought to be 
asked on a cPanel forum but I will take a shot at it...

I know this is possible on Plesk (another control panel similar to 
cPanel). The way they do it is to have separate configuration files 
to handle each of the virtual host domains. You can pretty much do 
anything you want in those domain specific files.

It would surprise me if cPanel doesn't support a similar scheme. Dig 
into your cPanel documentation and see what they have to say about 
virtual host configuration.


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