One after 404

Another update to Expression Engine. Supplying absolute URLs to customers is a common practice, and great for promos and ‘hidden pages’. Of course these URLs can go wrong through user error (sausage typing) or particulary when an email client decides to chop addresses. This update to Expression Engine addresses an issue where any mistakes would not display the proper specified 404. It’s not the end of the world but error messages that make sense are very helpful. Now, if a template produces no results, the page can now redirect happily with this code:

Example EE code

The sun is shining brighter! Now I just need to implement it…

One after 404

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