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that's because the web server doesn't send that page when php returns a 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.: <?php header($_server["server_protocol"]." not found" 

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exemple # exemples avec _response_code(). l'exemple cidessus va 

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not found"); instead of header(" not found"); i had big troubles with an apache . (unix) answering in while i (accidentially) added a " setting a location header "returns a redirect () status code to the browser unless the or a xx status code has already been set".

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déc. zaggs :: utc #. galen said: that will work. get fox for firefox and you can check the return codes. ok, but it's not forcing a redirect to the page, any ideas?

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if you use the contentmanagementsystem (cms) wordpress, it is easy to return the correct error code for a page provided the theme you use supports it. many wordpressthemes, called designs or templates, use a .phpfile in the themefolder. should you be unable to find the file, just set up an error page using 

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if your php is not executed as an apache module on your webserver but as fastcgi, the “ ” part in the php code has to be replaced by “status:”. we therefore add these three lines of php code to the very top of the html markup in the document: source code: html markup of a error page with the status 

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well the correct way in your case (which is: the user consciously requests an invalid resource) is to return a response code. the body of the response is a description for the user of your site. if your .php is just like a template and contains mostly htmlcode then you could just include it. otherwise 

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portion de code. <?php la fonction redirectionerreur() renvoit une véritable erreur passée en paramètre. param : void return : void function redirectionerreur() { header(' not found'); exit; } exemple d'utilisation if(!file_exists('/pages/mapage.html')) { redirectionerreur(); } ?> 

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in order to run update.php, a user must add a trailing slash. entering update.php without the trailing slash returns . most users will not expect this requirement.

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i was installing php on an iis server when i ran into what turns out to be a pretty common problem. php appeared to be installed correctly, but browsing to any page with a .php extension returned a page not found error. while the steps below fixed this for me, i had to piece them together from a