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admans
07-18-2005, 17:49 PM
Dynamic Error Pages


HOW TO INSTALL THE SCRIPT:
* Copy and paste this whole script into your page where you would like your error to be displayed.
* Change the "error@example.com" e-mail below to your e-mail address.
* Add the following lines to your .htaccess file (change the location of your error page, if needed):
ErrorDocument 400 /errorpage.php
ErrorDocument 401 /errorpage.php
ErrorDocument 403 /errorpage.php
ErrorDocument 404 /errorpage.php
ErrorDocument 500 /errorpage.php
* And it's as simple as that!




<?php

*/
Thanx for using this Script.
*/

// Setup
$email = 'error@example.com'; //Change to your email address

// Get Variables
$error = $_SERVER['REDIRECT_STATUS'];
$referring_url = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
$requested_url = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];
$referring_ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
$server_name = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'];

// Different error messages to display
switch ($error) {

# Error 400 - Bad Request
case 400:
$errorname = 'Error 400 - Bad Request';
$errordesc = '<h1>Bad Request</h1>
<p>Error 400</p>
<p>
The URL that you requested, was a bad request.</p>
<p>
If this problem persists please report it by sending an e-mail to <A href="mailto:'.$email.'">'.$email.'</A>,
mentioning the error message received and the page you were trying to
reach. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we will do all we
can to fix the error as soon as possible.</p>';
break;


# Error 401 - Authorization Required
case 401:
$errorname = 'Error 401 - Authorization Required';
$errordesc = '<h2>Authorization Required</h2>
<p>Error 401</p>
<p>
The URL that you requested, requires pre-authorization to access.</p>
<p>
If this problem persists please report it by sending an e-mail to <A href="mailto:'.$email.'">'.$email.'</A>,
mentioning the error message received and the page you were trying to
reach. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we will do all we
can to fix the error as soon as possible.</p>';
break;


# Error 403 - Access Forbidden
case 403:
$errorname = 'Error 403 - Access Forbidden';
$errordesc = '<h2>Access Forbidden</h2>
<p>Error 403</p>
<p>
Access to the URL that you requested, is forbidden.</p>
<p>
If this problem persists please report it by sending an e-mail to <A href="mailto:'.$email.'">'.$email.'</A>,
mentioning the error message received and the page you were trying to
reach. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we will do all we
can to fix the error as soon as possible.</p>';
break;


# Error 404 - Page Not Found
case 404:
$errorname = 'Error 404 - Page Not Found';
$errordesc = '<h2>File Not Found</h2>
<p>Error 404</p>
<p>
We are sorry but the page you are looking for cannot be found.</p>
<p>
If this problem persists please report it by sending an e-mail to <A href="mailto:'.$email.'">'.$email.'</A>,
mentioning the error message received and the page you were trying to
reach. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we will do all we
can to fix the error as soon as possible.</p>';
break;


# Error 500 - Server Configuration Error
case 500:
$errorname = 'Error 500 - Server Configuration Error';
$errordesc = '<h2>Server
Configuration Error</h2>
<p>Error 500</p>
<p>
The URL that you requested, resulted in a server configuration error.
It is possible that the condition causing the problem will be gone by
the time you finish reading this. </p>
<p>
If this problem persists please report it by sending an e-mail to <A href="mailto:'.$email.'">'.$email.'</A>,
mentioning the error message received and the page you were trying to
reach. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we will do all we
can to fix the error as soon as possible.</p>';
break;


# Unknown error
default:
$errorname = 'Unknown Error';
$errordesc = '<h2>Unknown Error</h2>
<p>The URL that you requested, resulted in an unknown error.
It is possible that the condition causing the problem will be gone by
the time you finish reading this. </p>
<p>
If this problem persists please report it by sending an e-mail to <A href="mailto:'.$email.'">'.$email.'</A>,
mentioning the error message received and the page you were trying to
reach. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we will do all we

can to fix the error as soon as possible.</p>';

}

// Display selected error message
echo($errordesc);
if (!$referring_url == '') {
echo '<p><a href="'.$referring_url.'"><< Go back to previous page.</a></p>';
} else {
echo '<p><a href="javascript:history.go(-1)"><< Go back to previous page.</a></p>';

echo '<p align="right"><font size="1">Dynamic Error Pages from <a href="http://www.x10hosting.com/" title="x10hosting">Created By o0slowpaul0o</a>.</font></p>';

// E-mail section. Delete if you do not want to be sent e-mail notifications of errors.
$datetime = date("l dS of F Y - H:i:s");
$message .= '<i>The following error has been received on '.$datetime.'</i>';
$message .= '<br><br><b><i>'.$errorname.'</i></b>';
$message .= '<br><i>Requested URL:</i> <a href="http://'.$server_name.$requested_url.'">'.$requested_url.'</a>';
$message .= '<br><i>Referring URL:</i> <a href="'.$referring_url.'">'.$referring_url.'</a>';
$message .= '<br><br><i>IP Address:</i> '.$referring_ip;
$to = "$email";
$subject = "$errorname";
$headers = "From: $email\r\n";
$headers .= "Content-type: text/html\r\n";
mail($to,$subject,$message,$headers);
}
// End of e-mail section.
?>

xyris
07-19-2005, 07:07 AM
Thanks for the code

commes
08-31-2005, 16:43 PM
thanks for the code, ill install it later!