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How do I set up a custom 404 error page?

A 404 error page is displayed automatically when a visitor attempts to access a page that does not exist. Typically, this happens when a visitor enters an incorrect URL or follows an non-existent link (for example, you deleted an old link but it'd been stored in the search index).

To create a 404 error page, add a new page to your site, edit it, then publish it. Go to Site Settings Additional 404 Error Page. Select the page from the list, save it and publish all pages.

More about the 404 error page and how to set it up:

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