A 404 page means that the server could not find the page at the path listed in the browser's address bar. There are many different reasons why a page might return a 404 error.
Common Causes of 404 Error:
- You might be typing the incorrect URL in the browser.
- The webpage you browse does not exist in the website folder.
- If your web pages are moved recently, they might be linked incorrectly.
- Webpages are renamed recently and were not updated yet. Update the renamed web pages and correct their interlinkings.
- Webpage resources such as images, .css, .js, or other files are removed from the server. Determine the deleted resources and restore them from the recent backup.
How to Fix the 404 Not Found Errors:
- Sometimes, misspellings or mistyping the URLs, folder names, pages names result in 404 errors.
- Ask yourself if this page ever existed on your website? If it has existed then you might have removed or renamed it recently. Restore your webpage or correct the links.
- Check the internal and external links of web pages and correct the broken links.
- Update the renamed web pages and correct their interlinkings.
- Determine the deleted resources and restore them from the recent backup.
If you are still receiving 404 errors on your website, contact our support team.