wilderness - 6:26 am on Dec 22, 2012 (gmt 0)
Yes I do use a custom 403
In a custom location, not the "default custom" that any halfway decent host offers?
We went around on this some months ago. I would have hoped that you'd recall it because we've similar elcheapo hosts.
In any event, here goes:
My elcheapo host implements a default error doc (with their own advertising) as opposed to a browser-plain-jane. That default is located directories above my root.
To get around the advertising error doc, a customer (myself) must configure custom error pages.
Whether these custom error pages (located in my individual site (s) root (not multiple domains root located within my host server account root) are considered a [custom location) I'm without clue.
In any event this inquiry, which I thought would be simple, has become a nightmare.
Please accept my apologies for hijacking this thread and disregard inquiry.