Google’s search engine has an error message that says “404 Not Available” if your website’s search results don’t return any results.
This error message is often caused by poor coding in your website or web server.
You can use Google’s Help Center to fix the error, but it’s recommended that you use a tool like the Moz Fixer to troubleshoot the problem and get your website back up and running again.
Check your server’s configuration and make sure it supports the new HTTP/2 protocol and you have access to the HTTP/1.1 protocol.
If you can’t find any errors on your server configuration, your search engine will work as expected.
If your search results do return a 404 response, your web server may be unable to handle the request.
Try using a caching proxy, such as CacheFly, Cachezilla or another HTTP caching service.
Try refreshing the page on your website.
If the page still doesn’t load, try reloading your page.
If this doesn’t help, try adding another search engine to your server.
If that doesn’t fix the problem, it’s possible that your website is not configured correctly and you should update your web site’s configuration.
For example, if you’re using an old version of your web hosting provider’s web server, make sure that your web host’s configuration is correct, as Google doesn’t automatically update its configuration.
If all else fails, try contacting your web administrator.
If it still doesn.
You might be able to resolve the problem by adding a new URL to your website, but this will take longer than you’d like.
If things don’t go well, contact Google support.
To find out more about the issues that may be causing the error message, please see the Help Center’s troubleshooting section.