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  1. That's because the web server doesn't send that page when PHP returns a 404 code (at least Apache doesn't). PHP is responsible for sending all its own output. So if you want a similar page, you'll have to send the HTML yourself, e.g.:
    That's because the web server doesn't send that page when PHP returns a 404 code (at least Apache doesn't). PHP is responsible for sending all its own output. So if you want a similar page, you'll have to send the HTML yourself, e.g.:
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1381123/how-can-i-create-an-error-404-in-php...
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  2. What we will do is go ahead and point the 404 error to 404.php (which, ironically, doesn't exist yet). This will be a hidden file (every file that begins with a dot is a hidden file). So make sure you can view hidden files. In this file, write the following code and save it:
    What we will do is go ahead and point the 404 error to 404.php (which, ironically, doesn't exist yet). This will be a hidden file (every file that begins with a dot is a hidden file). So make sure you can view hidden files. In this file, write the following code and save it:
    https://instructables.com/id/Custom-404-Error-Page-in-PHP...
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  3. 404 is the HTTP error number returned when a resource is unable to be located on the server. The PHP code at the top of the above file returns this code to ensure systems such as search engines...
    404 is the HTTP error number returned when a resource is unable to be located on the server. The PHP code at the top of the above file returns this code to ensure systems such as search engines...
    https://sitepoint.com/how-to-redirect-old-urls-php...
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  4. So I replaced it with that and then added: ErrorDocument 404 /404.php to my apache config file and restarted the server but it doesn't work. I tried different variations including ErrorDocument 404 404.php and ErrorDocument 404 mywebite/404.php but to no avail.
    So I replaced it with that and then added: ErrorDocument 404 /404.php to my apache config file and restarted the server but it doesn't work. I tried different variations including ErrorDocument 404 404.php and ErrorDocument 404 mywebite/404.php but to no avail.
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5534268/headerhttp-1-0-404-not-found-not-doing-anything...
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  5. That will work for apache generated 404 errors. For ones you throw in php, you will need to output the page yourself. felgall. September 9, 2014, 7:37am #10. The easiest way would be: ...
    That will work for apache generated 404 errors. For ones you throw in php, you will need to output the page yourself. felgall. September 9, 2014, 7:37am #10. The easiest way would be: ...
    https://sitepoint.com/community/t/php-force-404-error/4490...
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  6. In Tunisia, where censorship was severe before the 2011 revolution, people became aware of the nature of the fake 404 errors and created an imaginary character named "Ammar 404" who represents "the invisible censor".
    In Tunisia, where censorship was severe before the 2011 revolution, people became aware of the nature of the fake 404 errors and created an imaginary character named "Ammar 404" who represents "the invisible censor".
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/404.php...
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  7. PHP appeared to be installed correctly, but browsing to any page with a.php extension returned a 404 Page Not Found error. While the steps below fixed this for me, I had to piece them together from a few different sources, and a number of other suggestions (like copying the php.ini file to C:/WINDOWS/) didn’t work and were not necessary.
    PHP appeared to be installed correctly, but browsing to any page with a.php extension returned a 404 Page Not Found error. While the steps below fixed this for me, I had to piece them together from a few different sources, and a number of other suggestions (like copying the php.ini file to C:/WINDOWS/) didn’t work and were not necessary.
    https://ardamis.com/2009/02/15/php-pages-return-a-404-error-on-iis...
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  8. At least on my side with php-fpm and nginx this method does not change the text in the response, only the code. <?php // HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found http_response_code (404);?> The resulting response is HTTP/1.1 404 OK
    At least on my side with php-fpm and nginx this method does not change the text in the response, only the code. <?php // HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found http_response_code (404);?> The resulting response is HTTP/1.1 404 OK
    https://php.net/manual/en/function.http-response-code.php...
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