all i will say, any web server defaults to 404.html if file is not found, all i can provide
Can’t really use .htaccess unless the server runs on apache, but glitch projects run on an nginx server
Yeah, thats what I heard. Is there a way to IP ban in html or PHP?
in php yes, but it involves HEAVY amounts of logic, and is painfully slow, so if people are fast enough, they can still access the site
@17lwinn So, I found this out, to make a 404 page type this.
app.get("*", (req, res) => CODE HERE!)}
Cool! How does it work?
PS it is also possible to ban people with express using
@17lwinn Not for sure, but I know it does take 404 request and sends what you put. Basically like a normal path in express.
yeah, but somebody from @support_staff recommended it a while a go