managing bad addresses
I currently have a sub-directory of a commercial site that uses mambo.
The main site (under construction)is:
The wp site is http://www.mslawaz.com/matt
If a user types in a bad address that appears to be a child of the /matt site, it shows a corrupted version of the mambo site. For example, type http://www.mslawaz.com, then type http://www.mslawaz.com/matt/test
You’ll see the main site but with the formatting screwed up. Is there any way to have wp give a 404 error or something to that effect? Is this a mambo issue or apache as an alternative?
I figure this won’t be a problem when I get around to registering a new domain, but . . .
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