Creating a 404 Page for Your BlogSpot Blog

Everyone know the importance of a 404 page. If a visitor enters in a broken link a 404 page can help him to get redirected to the homepage.

1. Go to Blogger Dashboard

2. Click on Settings

3. Select Search Preferences

4. In the Errors and Redirections look for Custom Page not found and Click on Edit.

5. Now a box will appear, in that paste the following code.

<!-- ODD 'N' EVEN -->

 <div class='404'>
<p style='line-height: 30px'>
<strong>
<font color='red' size='5'>Oops!</font>
<font color='black'>That's an error! Please Try any of the below options.</font></strong></p>
<ol style='line-height: 25px'>
    <li><a href='javascript:history.go(-1)'>« Go Back</a> </li>
    <li>Report us the Problem <a href='http://www.domain_name/contact-us.html'>Click Here</a>    (<em>This will help us serve you even better</em>) </li>
    <li>Go To  <a href='http://www.domain_name/'>Homepage</a>
      <br/></li>
  </ol>
  <p>
    <br/>
    <br/>
    <br/></p>
  <p align='center'><font color='#0080ff' style='font-size: 150px'><strong>404</strong></font></p>
  <p> </p>
  <p align='center'/>
  <p align='center'><font size='5'>Page Not Found!</font></p>
</div>

You can check if it is working or not by going to a link like http://www.your_domain/anyotherword

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