witekfl Gazeta.pl
October 20, 2010 11:12AM
Hi,
probably better place for these questions would be nginx-users, but I ask
here.
I want to serve static pages as error codes but without changing the error
code.

Now if:
error_page 404 http://blablabla.com/404.html
There is 302 and next 200 OK
I want 404.

error_page 404 /404.html
it works, but:
if there is:
location = /404.html {
internal;
}
then cannot be a normal location
location = /404.html {
},
so request such as http://blabla1.com/404.html won't work.

error_page 404 @404;
location @404 {
root /blabla;
index 404.html;
}
doesn't work either

There must be some way to achieve it.
How?
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