On Monday 24 September 2001 10:08, Tim Ward wrote:
> But how did you get the PHP code to run if the file doesn't exist? If a
> file with a php extension is requested Apache thinks the error returned
> by the PHP parser is a valid response to the request and auto_prepend
> only seems to work after the parser has got the file for parsing.

Simple :)
You tell apache to serve, say, 404.php on a 404, and in *that* file you 
place the code :)

If you want to send a 404 from an existing php file, do a

header ('HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found');
include ("404.php");
exit ();

Christian Reiniger
LGDC Webmaster (http://lgdc.sunsite.dk/)

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