WordPress is a popular blogging platform with its ease of use and development by many experts on the web in the way of themes, plugins, and many more features that we can use for free or under a commercial license. WordPress work-flow basically is about storing the blog’s content data to the database and then retrieving it with PHP and finally displaying it to the visitors. However, if the contents that we’re trying to retrieve no longer exist in the database, as a result there would be a 404 error page.

WordPress 404 Error Pages

You can imagine how frustrating it can be when you have clicked on a link from an article page or from a search result on Google, you’re in a bit of a hurry and want to see the content, but the page you’re waiting for couldn’t be found! Disaster! How can this be happening? We will discuss this in this article.

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