When you visit a website that doesn’t exist or couldn't be found on the server because the webpage was moved or deleted, the broken link redirects to a 404 error page where a message indicating this error is shown.

The 404 page of each project is located under the the Utility Pages section of the Pages Panel.

The 404 page of each project is located under the the Utility Pages section of the Pages Panel.

Creating a custom 404 page

You can customize the default 404 page of your site and design it as you like.

The default 404 page of any project. You can customize it anyway you like.
The default 404 page of any project. You can customize it anyway you like.
Pro tip

Testing your 404 page

You can test your 404 page by opening a new browser tab and entering a URL from your site that does not exist like “your-site.webflow.io/does-not-exist”.

Pro tip
  • ‍When you delete a webpage or if you decide to change the url (slug) of a webpage, you should set a 301 redirect to redirect visitors of the old url to the new one. This will prevent site visitors from landing on a 404 page. Learn how to set 301 redirects.