Frequently Asked Questions



How do I add the 404gotten code to other platforms such as Joomla or Blogger?

You may use the following directions to add our 404 solution to your 'not found' page. For each platform, please copy and paste the following code into the appropriate area:


<style> iframe {height: 900px;} .status-msg-border { border: 0px; opacity: 0.01; } </style> <iframe src="http://404gotten.org/foundframe/index.php" width="100%" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Adjust the height value in the code above ( iframe {height: 900px;} ) as desired.

 

Blogger 404 Page Instructions

When logged in to Blogger, Go to Design -> Settings -> Search Preferences -> Custom Page not found (edit link).

Copy and Paste the code above into the text area, and be sure to click on the 'Save Changes' button.
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Weebly 404 Page Instructions

Go to the 'pages' tab in your Weebly site editor. Add a new page named 404. Make sure to check the option to hide the page from Menu. Click 'Save and Edit'. Click here for more reading on Weebly's custom 404 page.

Drag an 'Embed Code' icon onto the 404 page.

Copy and Paste the code above into the Embed Code area, and click on the 'Publish' button.

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Squarespace 404 Page Instructions

Add a page that will be used as your 404 page.

View the page and click the Add Block button.

In the Add a Block overlay, select the Content tab, then click and drag the Code Block to position it on your page content.

Making sure the editor is set to HTML, copy and paste the code above into the Edit Code area, and click on the 'Save' button.

After the page is published, Click Settings, then click General to select your 404 page. Select your 404 page from the drop down menu, and save your changes.

Click here for detailed directions on configuring a 404 page, or click here for more reading on adding html code to a page in Squarespace.

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Joomla 404 Page Instructions

In order to place the iframe on the page in Joomla you must temporarily disable the WYSIWYG editor. Go to Global Configuration ->Site Settings ->Default Editor and select 'Editor - None'

Go to Content ->Article Manager ->Add New Article, and paste the code above into the editor. Save and Close the article.

Go back to Global Configuration and select your WYSIWYG editor again. (if you ever need to edit the 404 page you will have to disable the editor, edit the page, and then re-enable the editor again.)

Follow the directions on this page to edit the 'error.php' file for your active Template (we found that placing the detection code at the very top of the document worked well).

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