[Resolved] Problems setting up custom 404 error page with cpanel
My site is on shared hosting and I’m using the cPanel Pro 1.0 (RC1). I’ve recently worked through the error pages feature on the cpanel to create a basic custom 404 error page which has been uploaded to the root folder as ‘404.shtml’.
The problem is that I can see the page at http://www.englishlc.com/404.shtml, however it is not being linked to when I use an incorrect site page.
I’ve tried inserting ‘ErrorDocument 404 /404.shtml’ into the .htaccess file but that hasn’t made a difference. I also have tried temporarily renaming the .htaccess file. This brings up the custom error page when I use a non-existent site url, but then when I try a real site url I’m still directed to the custom 404 page.
Is there something in my .htaccess file which is causing this conflict?
If so, how might I identify it?
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