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    How To Solve Cached 404 Error..?

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    How To Solve Cached 404 Error..?

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    1. Retry the web page by pressing F5, clicking/tapping the refresh/reload button, or trying the URL from the address bar again. The 404 Not Found error might appear for several reasons even though no real issue exists, so sometimes a simple refresh will often load the page you were looking for.
    2. Check for errors in the URL. Often times the 404 Not Found error appears because the URL was typed wrong or the link that was clicked on points to the wrong URL.
    3. Move up one directory level at a time in the URL until you find something.
    For example, if www.web.com/a/b/c.htm gave you the 404 Not Found error, move up to www.web.com/a/b/. If you get nothing here (or an error), move up to www.web.com/a/. This should lead you toward what you're looking for or at least confirm that it's no longer available.
    4.Search for the page from a popular search engine. It's possible that you simply have the entirely wrong URL in which case a quick Google or Bing search should get you where you want to go.
    If you do find the page you were after, update your bookmark or favorite to avoid the HTTP 404 error in the future.
    5. Clear your browser's cache if you have any indication that the 404 Not Found message might just be yours. For example, if you can reach the URL from your phone but not from your tablet, clearing the cache on your tablet's browser might help.
    You might also consider clearing your browser's cookies or at least the one(s) involved with the website in question if clearing the cache didn't work.
    6. Change the DNS servers used by your computer, but usually only if an entire website is giving you a 404 error, especially if the website is available to those on other networks (e.g. your mobile phone network or a friend in another city).
    404's on an entire website isn't particularly common unless your ISP or government filters/censors websites. No matter the reason, if it does happen, giving another set of DNS servers a try is a good step to take. See our Public DNS Servers List for some alternatives and instructions on doing this.
    7. Contact the website directly. If they've removed the page you're after then the 404 error is completely legitimate and they should be able to tell you that. If they've moved the page and are generating 404's instead of redirecting visitors to the new page, they'll be happy to hear from you so they can go fix it.See our Website Contact Information list for links to these site's support-based social network accounts which you can use to report a 404 error or keep up with the problem's status if it's widespread. A few websites even have telephone numbers and email addresses!
    8. Finally, if all else fails, wait. No, it's not fun, but it might be your only course of action, especially if you're confident the 404 error shouldn't be happening (i.e. the page really should be at the URL you have and others are having the same problem and find it equally strange).

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    Resubmit your site to google and robots file.

 

 

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