Actions

Difference between revisions of "System error pages"

From Joomla! Documentation

m (1 revision(s))
(Added section headings.)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
=== System error pages ===
+
===Error Page Templates===
By default Joomla! uses special templates when it needs to raise an error response. These are located in the templates/system directory. For server-level status codes these are named for the status code that is being raised. These are the default system error pages available:-
+
By default Joomla! uses special templates when it needs to raise an error response. These are located in the ''templates/system'' directory. For server-level status codes these are named for the status code that is being raised. The default system error pages are:
  
 
* templates/system/403.php (Status code: 403 Forbidden)
 
* templates/system/403.php (Status code: 403 Forbidden)
Line 6: Line 6:
 
* templates/system/500.php (Status code: 500 Internal Server Error)
 
* templates/system/500.php (Status code: 500 Internal Server Error)
  
The status codes are defined as part of the HTTP protocol in RFC2616.  For further information on HTTP status codes see: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec10.html
+
In addition, these system error pages are also available:
 +
* templates/system/component.php (not sure when this is used)
 +
* templates/system/offline.php is used to render the "site is offline" message.
  
 +
Note that jdoc:include elements are not parsed in these error pages.
 +
 +
The status codes are defined as part of the HTTP protocol in RFC2616. For further information on HTTP status codes see: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec10.html
 +
 +
===Styling the Error Pages===
 
These pages can be styled using the following CSS classes:
 
These pages can be styled using the following CSS classes:
 
 
* errorboxheader
 
* errorboxheader
 
* errorboxbody
 
* errorboxbody
 
* techinfo
 
* techinfo
  
In addition, these system error pages are also available:
 
 
* templates/system/component.php (not sure when this is used)
 
* templates/system/offline.php is used to render the "site is offline" message.
 
 
Note that jdoc:include elements are not parsed in these error pages.
 
 
<noinclude>[[Category:Advanced]][[Category:Templates]][[Category:Topics]]</noinclude>
 
<noinclude>[[Category:Advanced]][[Category:Templates]][[Category:Topics]]</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 18:07, 7 February 2010

Error Page Templates

By default Joomla! uses special templates when it needs to raise an error response. These are located in the templates/system directory. For server-level status codes these are named for the status code that is being raised. The default system error pages are:

  • templates/system/403.php (Status code: 403 Forbidden)
  • templates/system/404.php (Status code: 404 Not Found)
  • templates/system/500.php (Status code: 500 Internal Server Error)

In addition, these system error pages are also available:

  • templates/system/component.php (not sure when this is used)
  • templates/system/offline.php is used to render the "site is offline" message.

Note that jdoc:include elements are not parsed in these error pages.

The status codes are defined as part of the HTTP protocol in RFC2616. For further information on HTTP status codes see: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec10.html

Styling the Error Pages

These pages can be styled using the following CSS classes:

  • errorboxheader
  • errorboxbody
  • techinfo