You probably know of the classic 404 not found error, but if you don’t, the error is shown when you are trying to access a page or resource that does not exist. This guide will show you how to find the page you are looking for, and get back on track.
You probably know of the classic 404 not found error, but if you don’t, the error is shown when you are trying to access a page or resource that does not exist, or a resource that the server cannot find. Websites can customize the 404 page, and there always seems to be a hunt for the best 404 page in existence (Check out the conclusion).
That's it! The 404 error is quite simple, but definitely annoying. Hopefully this guide helped you out, and let us know if there is anything we should add.
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