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Asp.Net Set Custom Error Page in Web.Config

Jul 20, 2016

Here I will explain how to set custom error page in web.config in or display custom error page in in case url pattern not matched or redirect to default error page in case non existing pages. By enabling customErrors in web.config file in we can display or redirect to custom error page whenever error throws in application.

To set custom error page in web.config in or redirect to default page in case if there is error in web application we need to write the code like as shown below

<customErrors mode="On" redirectMode="ResponseRewrite">
<error statusCode="404" redirect="404.aspx" />

<httpErrors errorMode="Custom">
<remove statusCode="404"/>
<error statusCode="404" path="/404.aspx" responseMode="ExecuteURL"/>
By setting above properties in web.config file automatically it will redirect to custom error page in our application whenever it throws “404” error.

Same way we need to set properties in web.config file for following errors also.

- 400 Error (Bad request)
- 401 Error (Unauthorized)
- 403 Error (Forbidden)
- 404 Error (Not found)
- 500 Error (Internal server error)

Here we used “404.aspx” page in your case you need to give your custom error page to redirect in your application. 

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