Visitors see an error page when they click on a link to a page that Brightspot cannot deliver. Common sources of errors are a broken link (error 404) or the site is temporarily unavailable (error 503). For a comprehensive list of error codes, see Client error responses and Server error responses.
You can design a customized error page for all error codes, or design a single page for all errors. Some publishers use error pages to enhance branding. For example, the error 404 page at brightspot prominently displays the company logo.
To create an error page:
- In the header, click .
- From the Create list, select Page.
- In the Display Name field, enter the page’s title.
- In the Internal Name field, enter a label Brightspot uses for the page in widgets (or retain the default).
- In the Description field, enter the page’s description.
- Under Lead, select Page Heading (or retain the default None value). For more information, see Page headings.
- Under Content, click into the selection field and choose one of the following (or retain the default Inherit value):
- Add After—Adds modules after the content associated with the tag. For more information, see Modules and Above, beside, and below layout blocks.
- Add Before—Adds modules before the content associated with the tag. For more information, see Modules and Above, beside, and below layout blocks.
- Replace—Replaces content associated with the tag with modules. For more information, see Modules.
- From the Section selection field, do the following:
- Click .
- Select an existing section, or create a new one.
- Complete your site’s workflow and publish the page.
- Once published, configure error responses that will apply to this page. See Error responses for more information.
Configuring error responses
Enabling content locking