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Does wordpress have any built-in settings for doing this? Most likely your host will have an option on your cPanel for custom Error pages. Something along the lines of: If that is not the case, please have a look at this older question: How to create custom 401, 403 and 500 error pages? EDIT 1: Also at this one: ...


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This is a great tutorial about Handling 500 & 503 Error Pages in WordPress. If you need a custom 503 Service Unavailable Page checkout this FREE 503 Error Page for WordPress


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Don't know exactly what you are trying to accomplish using custom script.You can do this effectively in WP way using either shortcodes,page templates,plugin. Well if you don't want to do it that way and want to just place scripts in the active theme base directory.One way i suggest: Let's say we have two php files aform.php (Actual form page) and ...



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