A phpBB 3 Extension which displays Custom Error Pages in your forum's style
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Errorpages

Error pages displays custom error pages in your forum. As an option all errors are logged in your errorlog.

Build Status

Requirements

  • phpBB 3.1.0-dev or higher
  • PHP 5.3.3 or higher

Installation

You can install this extension on the latest copy of the develop branch (phpBB 3.1-dev) by doing the following:

  1. Copy the entire contents of this repo to FORUM_DIRECTORY/ext/forumhulp/errorpages/.
  2. Navigate in the ACP to Customise -> Extension Management -> Manage extensions.
  3. Click Error pages => Enable.

Note: This extension is in development. Installation is only recommended for testing purposes and is not supported on live boards. This extension will be officially released following phpBB 3.1.0. Extension depends on two core changes.

Update

  1. Download the latest ZIP-archive of master branch of this repository.
  2. Navigate in the ACP to Customise -> Extension Management -> Manage extensions and click Error pages => Disable.
  3. Copy the contents of errorpages-master folder to FORUM_DIRECTORY/ext/forumhulp/errorpages/.
  4. Navigate in the ACP to Customise -> Extension Management -> Manage extensions and click Error pages => Enable.
  5. Click Details or Re-Check all versions link to follow updates.
  6. Or use our Upload Extensions extension

Uninstallation

Navigate in the ACP to Customise -> Extension Management -> Manage extensions and click Error pages => Disable.

To permanently uninstall, click Delete Data and then you can safely delete the /ext/forumhulp/errorpages/ folder or use our Upload Extensions extension to delet all files and folders.

We feel sorry as our answers on phpbb sites are removed, so use github or our forum for answers.

License

GNU General Public License v2

© 2014 - John Peskens (ForumHulp.com)