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    Senior Member bluntknife's Avatar
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    Hiya all,

    I'm trying to get this [http://www.webdesignforums.net/thread6954.html]to work.

    It works when I go to process.php - However, it does not work as a 404 page, and when i looked back through cPanel i think i found out why:

    "Custom Error pages smaller then 10k will not appear in Internet Explorer(R)"

    Firstly, is this true?

    Secondly, does anyone know how I can make a 1kb script into a 10k one? I've tried adding a fancy HTML front to it, but I can't seem to get the size to go up past 3kb!

    Damned file sizes - when you want them small they're huge, and when you want them huge they're small!

    Cheers
    Ollie

    Edit: Realised the post made no sense - need caffeine!
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    Junior Member VolteFace's Avatar
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    I don't see how the custom error filesize would matter at all, let alone in IE only; the processing is done on the server, so the browser should not matter. What happens when you go to a page that doesn't exist? What shows up?

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    Senior Member bluntknife's Avatar
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    This happens:

    Not Found
    The requested URL /steve was not found on this server.

    Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
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    Junior Member VolteFace's Avatar
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    Paste your .htaccess here, and I'll look at it.

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    That's weird that it has to be atleast 10kb. You could insert a large <!--html comment --> to try to beef up the size.

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    Senior Member bluntknife's Avatar
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    hmm... ok something's wrong with cPanel - checking my HTAccess file it doesn't have the Error 404 code in it... never mind.

    I'll let you know how it goes.

    Ollie
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    Senior Member bluntknife's Avatar
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    Worked!!!

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