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Web Config Error Handling

In my Web.Config I have the code at the bottom.

Is there any cleaner way to handle this?

When they get directed to the OOPS page, I display a message of what kind of error it is.

      <customErrors mode="On" defaultRedirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=error">
            <error statusCode="403" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=403"/>
            <error statusCode="404" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=404"/>
            <error statusCode="405" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=405"/>
            <error statusCode="406" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=406"/>
            <error statusCode="408" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=408"/>
            <error statusCode="409" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=409"/>
            <error statusCode="500" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=500"/>
            <error statusCode="503" redirect="~/ErrorPages/oops.aspx?type=503"/>
        </customErrors>

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