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Getting Started 2

Getting Started 2

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Here is where you configure your sites error handling. At it's basic you can create and set a node for a custom 403
or 404 errors rather then have your sites users encounter a Page not found.

Here also is where you set Error reporting behavior and how long log entries are kept for. Error reporting is where
Drupal, PHP and SQL errors are logged. On a production server it is recommended that errors are only written to
the error log. On a test server it can be helpful to write logs to the screen until deployed.

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