Error Handling related scripts & softwares
404Handler will trap those dreaded "404 Not Found" errors on your site and email you the details of each 404. You can choose to receive email on one of three levels: no mail, mail only if the 404 was generated by a link on your own site, or mail warnings of all 404 errors regardless of where the link is located.
Weve all seen the ugly and uninformative Page Not Found error when a page no longer exists. This script was made in order to make error documents more informative and attractive for both the user and the webmaster. The messages, colors, and images are all customizable. It has languages support and works with register_globals=off. Additionally, it can log and/or e-mail an error when it occurs letting you know immediately if something is wrong on your site.
This is code for a 404 page, which picks a random 404 message (hopefully a humerous one)from a text file on the server. Visitors can also add their own 404 messages to the list - to be seen by future visitors. Working demo available on its site.
Do you use PHP on your website? Have you ever visited your site only to find a PHP error smack in the middle of the front page, losing you visitors? With PHP Site Mon, youll still receive those errors, but you will be emailed in time, instead of having your site inaccessible for days. Install the simple cron job, enter the appropriate addresses, and you are ready for action.
A PHP script to handle the most common errors that may occur on a Web site. When an error occours you can configure the script to notify you by e-mail. To make this script work you have to edit the apache configuration file the "ErrorDocument" section, also ".htaccess" is required. All you have to do is create the html pages which you want to show instead of the standard ones and a file with the extension ".htaccess" and put the neccesary lines in it.
A very simple PHP Script that will e-mail the webmaster (or address you specify) whenever someone lands on a certain error page. A simple Generator is located on the Download Link which will create the code for you. All you enter is the error# (ex: 404), the e-mail address, and the folder your error pages are located. Next you upload the pages to your server. Once a user goes to the specific page, a pre-made e-mail will be sent out with information on the users IP, time & date of error, and the page this error occurred. You can easily change the content of the e-mail by modifying the functions.inc.php file. Support is given through e-mail as well as forums. Special thanks to JdS @ http://www.desilva.biz/ for making this script.<br>UPDATES:<br>v2.5: E-mail shows the referring page to where the error occured. <br>v2.0: Added cookie feature to only submit an e-mail every one time someone goes to the specific page. The e-mail will be sent he first time, and ignored the rest of the times that user goes to the same error page.
The way it works is providing several report formats of error catching: logging, display and redirection to a customizable error page. ErrorHandler captures the errors and captures (to a customized level) the context and variables surrounding the source of the error and neatly organizes them as a series of reports. It helps when developing new scripts and monitoring sites in production state, too. It helps when developing new scripts and monitoring sites in production state, too.
errorBot is a simple (yes, simple) php-script that allows you to design and customise the error-documents your web server presents to a surfer.
A dynamic PHP script which returns different error messages depending on the error received. Works on 404 (File Not Found), 400 (Bad Request), 401 (Authorization Required), 403 (Access Forbidden), 500 (Server Configuration Error), as well as unknown error messages. The script will also send an e-mail to your e-mail address with the time, error received, requested page, the page they came from and requesting computers IP address (optional). (Please note: To use this script you need to be allowed use custom error pages on your host.)