The following is an extract from a new ABC News report titled How to Fix a ‘404 not found’ Error on a Website That’s Crashed.
It shows how to resolve a ‘cancel’ message and get the page to load again.
The article explains how to clear your browser’s cache, update your browser settings and get back to normal.
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What is a ‘Cancel’ Button?
A ‘cancellation’ is a short, simple action that usually occurs when you’ve finished viewing a page, and it indicates that the page has been deleted.
It’s a sign that you should consider switching to a new device or switching to another app.
For example, you might have watched a movie or watched a video on a smartphone or tablet and then have the ‘canned’ version of that app.
If you do this, the page you’re currently viewing will be available again in the future.
If a page that was scheduled to appear on the home page has already appeared on a different device, you can try to access the cancelled version again.
What are the best ways to clear the cache?
There are a number of ways to remove cached content from your device, including by deleting your browser cache.
However, you may need to clear a cookie to do this.
To clear a cached page: Open the Settings app from your app drawer.
In the Privacy section, tap the Clear button.
This will delete all cookies on your device.
Close your browser.
If your device is updated to a newer version of iOS, you’ll need to re-add the cached page.
When you re-enable the cached version of your browser, the ‘not found’ status will reappear.
If the page is cached, it will disappear when you refresh your page.
If it’s not cached, the cached content won’t show up in your history or be visible in the search results.
How can I clear the ‘Not Found’ status on a cached site?
To clear the Not Found status, follow these steps: Go to Settings.
Tap the Clear Button at the top of the page.
This clears the cached cache.