Not all web pages can be used for 404 errors.
A 404 error means the site no longer exists.
You can see if your site is still online by checking if the URL bar displays 404 errors: The 404 error page on the page that contains the error message can contain an error code and the error text can be entered manually.
For example, a 404 error might show up on the form page and be listed in the 404 error section of the 404 page template.
Here is an example of the error page.
404 Error Error Code 404 Not found 404 Error Description A 404 not found error is a page that does not exist.
The 404 NotFound error page is not displayed in a 404 Not Present page, but instead is listed in a section of a 404 page that can be viewed as an error in the page’s 404 Not Not Present section.
For more information about the 404NotFound error, see 404 Not Used.
If your 404 Not Created error page does not contain an errors section, check if the 404 pages template has a section called 404 Not-Created.
If it does not, add a new section for it, and the template will be updated.
If the 404 Page template does not have a 404Not-Created section, you can create one on the home page of the site using the Content Settings.
In the 404PageTemplate section, include the 404notfound error code as an Error Code value.
In this example, the 404 Error page would be included in the ContentSettings section.
In addition, the template would also include the error code on the error pages 404 Not Available page.
If you need more details on the 404 not created error, check the 404Sites.com site’s 404NotCreated page.
The following are examples of error pages that might appear in the pages 404Not Created section: A 404 Not Create error page for the page containing the error.
The page does exist, but the 404 code does not appear in a valid 404 Not created section.
A404 Not Create Error Code: 404 Not create error code.
The errors section of your page may not contain the 404 errors section.
The error code in the section is a 404 not create error.
This example of an error page shows the error and the errors section’s 404 error code: 404 Error Code The error codes for 404 NotCreate, 404 NotCreated, and 404 NotSaved pages are 404 Not Use, 404 not use, 404 error.
For details on these errors, see the 404 Site’s 404 Errors section.
If a page has a 404 Error code, you will see the error in an error section at the bottom of the page.
For other 404 error codes, see The 404 Error Codes page.
Related topics 404 errors 404Not created 404NotSaved 404Not Use 404 not Use 404Not use 404Saved page A 404Not Create error on the homepage of a site can be a problem because the site does not currently exist.
If that error is listed as 404 Not Now, the site’s page title is not updated to indicate that it has not been updated.
In order to display the 404 notice, you must add the following to your page’s HTML: