Bad things happen on good sites. Sometimes it's not your fault, but you can still turn a bad experience into a good one with a helpful (or even humorous) error page. Marketpath CMS provides Error Pages to handle these unexpected issues.
Marketpath CMS Error Pages have the following default fields.
Error Code is a field to specify an HTTP error code (e.g. 404, 500, etc) or a catch all "0".
URL Filter allows errors codes for different areas of your website with specific paths.
Marketpath CMS allows you to catch the following error types.
In addition to creating a separate error page for each error code, we also enable you to create "filters" for your error pages. For instance, if all of your blog posts use the common "/blog" URL prefix, you might create a blog-specific error page that is displayed for any URL starting with "/blog". Or, if you have multiple domains on your site, you may create a separate error page for each domain that reflects the messaging on that specific domain instead of displaying the same error page on each.
The bottom line is that you should create at least one error page early in your development process - and may want to create a series of error pages to capitalize on your users' misfortune and turn it into positive experience instead.
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