404 is blank when unknown file types are requested.
February 13, 2012 9:57 AM Subscribe
404 page only fires for a few specific file types, or for 'directories', but not for unknown file types (or perceived perceived file types). PHP, Joomla, IIS.
posted by anonymous to Computers & Internet (2 answers total)
To be clear, it isn't that our script doesn't work when it gets fed an .asp url - the 404 page never shows up at all - just a blank page. Everything works fine on my local instance of IIS.
It seems likely to me that there is an inclusive list of file-types somewhere that is being used, and that sucks. Where is it? How can I make it suck less?
I am a front end guy, but the back end guys will do what I need them to do if I am able to tell them what I need them to do. This is a fairly large organization, with fairly byzantine reasons for everything, but suffice to say: this needs to be done with a client side script and not a Joomla extension, the server platform is IIS, the Joomla version is 1.7.