How to Edit 404 Page in Magento
By Jithin on March 16th, 2016
Every web application on the internet faces the 404 page not found problem due to various reasons. For instance, if a user visits a link that was created temporarily to promote a product, he/she will not be able to access the page once the promotion campaign is complete. But, a visitor is still a potential customer. So, even on the error page, we have to give something to the user to keep him on our site.
As a result, web applications modify there 404 error pages to make them more interesting. For example, Amazon mostly uses a picture of a dog along with a short explanation of what happened. In short, a 404 error page should not be a default one. Each and every visitor is important and we can modify our error pages to keep the new and interested visitors on the site. In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to edit the 404 error page in Magento.
Edit 404 Page in Magento
Magento is a powerful eCommerce platform that comes with almost every feature we need to customize our store. So, It is an easy process if you are using Magento. First of all, log in to the admin panel of your store. Now, Find the Content option in the main menu and click on the option. It will show you a few more options in the sub-menu. Click on the Pages option to navigate to the page manager.
Now, you will see a list of pages available in your Magento store. Click on the Select -> Edit corresponding to the 404 Not Found page to modify the 404 not found page.
Now, in the left sidebar, you will see few more options just like the following image. Click on the Content option to modify the content of the page.
Now, You will see a complete text editor with lots of features that you can use to modify your 404 not found page. You can insert links, text and much more.
After editing the content as per your requirements, click on the Save Page button given at the top-right corner of the page to apply the changes. If you want to continue editing after saving a page, click on the Save and Continue Edit button beside the save button. Refer of the following screenshot to locate the save buttons.
So, this is how you can edit the 404 not found error page in your Magento store. It is important to keep the error pages interesting to squeeze some more customers from the random people visiting random pages on your website. If you have any questions regarding this tutorial, contact our 24*7 awesome support desk for quick help!