On Sat, Jan 19, 2002 at 10:58:36PM -0000, Robert Gallagher wrote:
> The 403 directive works fine and displays the custom page, however
> the 404 page simply won't display in IE, although it does in Konqueror and
> console-based browsers. I've googled around and this appears to be the right
> way to do it.
Basically, if you make your 404 page greater than 512 bytes in size, then
IE will display it (add an image?). You may have to set "Show Friendly
HTTP Error Messages" too in IE's preferences...
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