wilderness - 4:10 pm on Aug 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
or you have the option of reverting to the default hard-coded apache error message sent with the error:
many thanks phranque.
making this change in my htaccess has no effect, due to the higher-path implementation via CP to remove their settings.
Unfortunately my "el cheapo host" provides the following vague reference:
Initially, all error pages are set to "Default". To set a custom error page, choose "Custom URL" and enter the path to the corresponding error page in the field. If you haven''t created one yet, do this first and then get back to the Subdomain Manager section to update the settings.
What they do NOT explain is that their "default" contains their own custom advertising and a non-default Apache 403.