I've the next bit of code during my .htaccess file to pressure redirecting to custom error pages:
ErrorDocument 404 /ErrorPages/404.php ErrorDocument 403 /ErrorPages/403.php ErrorDocument 400 /ErrorPages/generalError.php ErrorDocument 401 /ErrorPages/generalError.php ErrorDocument 500 /ErrorPages/generalError.php
Everything works fine on port 80, however when it involves SSL, the conventional error pages are proven.
To become more specific:
http:www.mydomain.com/NoExistingPage.php redirects towards the custom error page https:www.mydomain.com/NoExistingPage.php Doesn't redirect towards the custom error page
shall we be held missing something here?
Thanks ahead of time
Try placing a duplicate .htaccess file within the /guaranteed folder and find out in the event that works. The vhost for that https daemon is most likely using /guaranteed as doc_root meaning even when the .htaccess in the regular doc_root is underneath the guaranteed folder it will likely be overlooked.