A common problem that most WordPress users face at some point is WordPress posts or pages returning a 404 error.
In this video I will give you some easy to follow tips for fixing that 404 error and making sure that you will keep your visitor on.
Redirection, for example, is a redirect manager plugin for WordPress which will help you to easily manage 301 redirections, as as well as keeping track of 404 errors.
It’s a reliable and continuously updated tool.
Another thing that you should actually consider doing is creating a custom 404 page.
If you are a beginner and don’t know how to code, plugins will really save your life with this one.
The one I recommend is 404 page plugin, which is really easy to use and it just does the trick for you.
If you think these tips were helpful, leave a comment below and tell me what plugin you think about using in order to get rid of the 404 redirection on your WordPress website.
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