A common error on the Internet is 404, which means that the server cannot find the data that matches the request. This can be caused by the absence of any file that was specified in the request.
The HTTP 404 error code conforms to the "Not Found" specification. This means that the page was not found, it was moved or deleted.
This error is removed by creating a page that the server cannot find for the specified issue, and directly by the webmaster. To do this, you need to return the desired file to its place or create the desired page again.
You can correct the URL. To do this, you need to correct the link to the URL of the existing file. To do this, you need to find the page that gives the wrong link and edit it using any text editor. Many hostings in the control panel provide their own editing interface. This allows you to change the desired file without downloading it from the server.
If an incorrect URL is generated automatically, then this may mean a malfunction in the script. To fix this, you will have to edit the program itself. With this problem, you can contact the author of the script or find a common solution on one of the web programming forums.
If the file were actually moved, then you can create your own error page that will explain the reason in more detail to the user. This can be done using the hosting control panel, if the hoster provides such services. It will be enough to insert HTML code into the appropriate form or upload a sample page to the folder specified by the hosting provider.
Redirection from a 404 page can be written using the appropriate HTML code or in the.htaccess file. In HTML, there is a meta tag that, after a certain amount of time, sends the browser to the specified page. This code is placed in the " tag and has the following syntax: