400 - Bad Request
401 - Authorization Required
403 - Forbidden
404 - File Not Found
500 - Internal Server Error
For the most common "404 - File Not Found",
the following screen will be displayed:
If those standard messages does not fit your needs, you can create your own messages.
Simply create a subdirectory named /errors in your domain root directory. This directory is the location for your new error messages.
Error documents have no extension. E.g. your own 404 error document would have the complete path /errors/404. ( /usr/home/domainname.com/errors/404 in the server context.)