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.htaccess for Wordpress site (specifically, error file direction)


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Mine is a Wordpress site. Appropriate Wordpress info lies in my root .htaccess. Also in my root .htaccess I have placed definitions for error files: 400, 401, 403, 404, and 500. For each of these I have composed appropriate .htm pages.


Before this was a Wordpress site, all was well. When I installed Wordpress, I found that "generic" error pages were presented instead of the ones defined in my .htaccess. (Except for 404, which, understandably, yields a Search on my blog.)


Do I need to set up another tiny .htaccess in a Wordpress subfolder to redirect to my existing error pages?

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