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How to Customise Your 404 Error Page

A 404 Error Page appears when a visitor tries to access a page within your website that does not exist, or when there is an error in the URL - like an extra character or a misspelled subfolder, among others. Although in some cases, this error may also appear on a page that does exist but has a server connection issue. In this case, a simple refresh of your browser will do the trick.

Follow the instructions below to customise the 404 Error Page that you'd like to appear for your website:

  1. Log In to access the Sitebeat dashboard.
  2. Under My Sites, click the Edit Site option on the website or project card that you wish to manage.
  3. On the Sitebeat Editor, click Settings from the left-side menu.
  4. Click Advanced and click 404 Error Page.
  5. Click Change to view your options, then select the Layout that you'd like to use. A preview of your chosen Layout will display once you click it.
  6. Click on the Apply button to use the Layout.

Congratulations! You’ve just customised the 404 Error Page on your website.

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