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Creating Custom 404 Error Pages (and Some Cool Examples!)

by: Hostwinds Team  /  March 4, 2017

Tags: cPanel, plugins, WordPress 

  • Select the domain you're working on
  • Select the error (in this case, the 404 Not Found error)
  • Enter the message and HTML into the box on the next page
  • Click Save at the bottom

Note: You'll see several codes at the top of the input box you can include that will display specific information like the referring URL the visitor came from, visitor's IP, the URL they were trying to access, etc. They are not required.

Custom 404 Pages on WordPress

For WordPress sites, you can use a plugin that makes it even easier. Some of the ones you might consider:

Exciting and Funny 404 Pages to Draw Inspiration From

Written by Hostwinds Team  /  March 4, 2017

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