title 404 Not Found – How to Fix the 404 Error Message on a Website article 1.
Open your browser and visit http://localhost:8080/ .
Scroll down to the page title and click the
404 Not found link.
Type in a valid URL to see the page redirect to the 404 page.
When the page returns, hit CTRL+C to close the browser window.
Now you can click the 404 link again to see a new 404 page appear.
Now go back to the main page, hit the Reset All button, and refresh your browser.
To see a 404 page redirect, hit
Cancel and then hit CTRL+.
You should now see the error message 404 not found.
Go back to your home page and hit the menu button on the top right corner of the page.
Type your domain name in the search box.
If you’re using Apache 2.4, you can also use the URL below for this site: http://example.com/index.php?id=404.
To add more domain names, you may need to edit your configuration file.
For example, if you have the domain name example.com and you want it to redirect to example.net, type the following in your .htaccess file: proxy_pass http://host:port:8090/example.net proxy_set_header Host $http_host_name $http://example_host/example_net.php proxy_redirect off ProxyPass / example.txt:80/example .txt 10.
Once you’re satisfied with your configuration, click the “Add New” button.
You will be prompted to select a server from the list.
To select the correct server, go back and type the domain names in the box next to the server name.
The server name is the IP address that the browser will connect to and the port is the port number.
In this example, the IP addresses are 10.0.0