The fact is, you are not the only person to have a weird 404 page. If you are on a web site, you are probably part of the minority of that web site. But we all have a weird 404 page.
This is a problem. You might be wondering why a 404 page is in the URL. You are probably wondering the same thing about your browser.
I have a pretty good idea why this happens. A lot of people have trouble with URLs. People who aren’t used to the URL structure. They have no idea how it works.
It is actually pretty easy to fix this. What we do is we rewrite our URLs to be an acceptable version of the original URL. That way, when someone goes to our website, they’ll be able to see the original page and not the 404.
For some people, this will be a pain. For me it’s more pain than I’m willing to deal with. I hate 404s. They mean nothing to me. I know I get a lot of them on occasion, and they’re not really an issue. It’s just bad SEO. The problem is that people who know how to read an URL and know how to write a proper 404 status code don’t.
When they do, they’ll do it. Unfortunately, it’s also the people who don’t do it who cause a lot of the problems. The problem is that people who do it don’t know how to do it. In fact, as many SEOs know, the best way to stop 404s is to rewrite your URLs.
As someone who has recently had to deal with a 404 problem, I can tell you that rewriting URLs is easy. It is a very simple process. You just need to create a new URL for the page with the 404 error message and save it as a bookmark. No need to change your site’s url structure.
You can do this by editing your sites settings. Go into your sites, add a new site, add a new link, and click edit. The newly created link should look like this: example.com/404.