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Server-Error-Pages

Easy to use, professional error pages to replace the plaintext error pages that come with any server software like Nginx or Apache.

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Quick Details

  • Unbranded and generic informational text for the user
  • Single HTML files, no directory structure required
  • Javascript to get the current domain for content.
  • Based on Bootstrap 3
  • Uses Bootstrap CDN from NetDNA
  • Uses Fontawesome CDN from NetDNA
  • HTML5 Validated
  • Page content includes current domain via js
  • Isup.me integration on network error pages (502 & 504) for the user to check if the error is just for them

Error Pages Included

  • 403
  • 404
  • 500
  • 502
  • 503
  • 504
  • Maintenance
  • Rate Limit

Getting Started

  • Beginners - You can find all of the compiled files under the _site directory
  • Jekyll Users - The pages are built using jekyll, so if you're familiar with jekyll just clone the repo and you can easily modify as needed.
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