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NGINX/Apache redirect on 403 and 404

Posted on 2016-10-28
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Any idea how to redirect to home page on 403 & 404 errors in NGINX with Apache?  PHP-FPM is enabled but seems to still follow apache directives if that makes difference.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Make an error page that does it.  This is in my .htaccess page for Apache.  I don't know what nginx requires.
ErrorDocument 400 /400.html
ErrorDocument 401 /401.html
ErrorDocument 403 /403.html
ErrorDocument 404 /404.html
ErrorDocument 500 /500.html

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by:tf2012
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it seems to process .htaccess for some reason so I'll give this a shot today.  Thanks!
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@Dave what if I want to redirect the 403 to another domain? How would you do that in htaccess?

for example I'm blocking certain ip addresses, the get 403 error, great.. but I want them to redirect to www.mydomain.com for example instead of getting the 403 error.
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Just do the redirect in the 403 error page.  You can make it say whatever you want.  They don't have to know they got there because of an error.
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by:tf2012
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great idea thanks
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