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Old 2nd November 2007, 08:45
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Default custom error pages for reseller

Hi all,

Just wondering if its possible with ISPConfig to have a reseller setup standard error pages which all of the resellers clients sites "inherit" with the resellers logo, etc. I know each site can setup their own error pages and I know I can change the global ISPConfig ones, just wondering if you can do it on a reseller level?

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Currently there is only the standard index page customizable on the reseller level.
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