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not_found_pages_404 [2020/01/16 19:22]
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not_found_pages_404 [2020/01/16 20:43] (current)
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 If you don’t want LUCY to expose itself (e.g. when the user accesses the LUCY administration domain name or IP), you can define a global custom error message in the settings under settings/​whitelabel. This error message will appear as a customized 404 (not found page). ​ If you don’t want LUCY to expose itself (e.g. when the user accesses the LUCY administration domain name or IP), you can define a global custom error message in the settings under settings/​whitelabel. This error message will appear as a customized 404 (not found page). ​
  
-{{ lucywhitelabel.png?​600 }}+{{ lucywhitelabel.png?​800 }}
  
  
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 ===== Customize Error (per domain)===== ===== Customize Error (per domain)=====
  
-When you save a new domain in LUCY you have the ability to define a custom 404 or homepage for that specific domain. Please click on "Not found template"​ within the domain setting:+When you save a new domain in LUCY you have the ability to define a custom 404 or homepage for that specific domain. Please click on "Use the custom ​Not found template ​and then save" within the domain setting:
  
-{{ custom404.png?600 }}+{{ lucydnserror1.png?800 }} 
 +Next, click on “Not Found Template” 
 +{{ lucydnserror2.png?​800 }} 
 +Here you are 
 +{{ lucydnserror3.png?​800 ​}}
  
-You will be able to set your custom 404 for this domain which will overwrite the global 404 setting. If you want to embed an image you can do this with a img tag that points to the external image on a 3rd party server (e.g. <img src=http://​www.yourserver.com/​img.jpg>​).+You will be able to set your custom 404 for this domain which will overwrite the global 404 settings. If you want to embed an image you can do this with a img tag that points to the external image on a 3rd party server (e.g. <img src=http://​www.yourserver.com/​img.jpg>​).
  
 If you don't want to use the global 404 template (defined under settings/​not found templates), then please enable the checkbox within the custom error page: If you don't want to use the global 404 template (defined under settings/​not found templates), then please enable the checkbox within the custom error page:
not_found_pages_404.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/16 20:43 by lucy