[mod_python] Working example for custom errordocuments...

Lee Brown administrator at leebrown.org
Fri Nov 10 10:42:48 EST 2006


You can write a custom error page handler for mod python, or you can use
Apache's SSI (server-Side Includes) in conjunction with a static template.

I have a single, static web page template that uses SSI to generate an error
page for all common HTTP errors.  I also use mod security to trap the common
patterns of script-kiddie nonsense.

For examples, have a look at www.fearelesse-shakespeare.org/fred
(non-existent page)
and www.fearelesse-shakespeare.org/cmd.exe (possible script attack)

While a static web page using SSI is not a mod python issue per se, I'll
gladly publish the source to the list if others would like to see it.

Best Regards,
Lee E. Brown
(administrator at leebrown.org)

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Subject: [mod_python] Working example for custom errordocuments...

Hi !

I want to customize my site's ErrorDocuments.
I want to create static pages.
Can I do it ?
Is apache supports the templates to put some dynamic data to the error page
Example: 404.html and the [wrong path].

Or I need to create my *.py document to handle these variables ?

Have anybody a working example in this theme ?

Thanks for it !


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