Have you ever felt when you were comfortable browsing internet, you found a page that needed a relatively long loading time? When you are patiently waiting, suddenly the page takes out a large number that say “404 page not found”. You must feel annoyed when the thing you have been waiting for long time has turned out to be disappointing results. But, do you know about the meaning behind a 404 code?
The Mystery of Error 404

Behind the beauty of design of internet page, there are many lines of code that are mutually sustainable between one another. The program codes work together to make the web page run smoothly. However, one or more of these codes can experience errors sending data, causing a big mess.
Basically, error code 404 shows that there is one web page that disappears from specified sitemap. The loss of page may be caused by a corrupted line of data or even by administrator error from the website itself. As you know, the dashboard of web administrator acts as the control room, which can control what’s displayed on the webpage. It could be that the website administrator made a mistake and deleted the webpage accidentally, so the appearance does not appear.

If the website uses a shared server, it is also possible that the webpage is deleted or blocked by the administrator server, usually when the content displayed on the web page is not in line with the principle of shared server. If this happens, you should avoid the web because the contents can be dangerous. Fortunately, a 404 error code can be handled easily, so you don’t have to panic first. There are several ways to handle this.
• Make sure the web address you entered is correct
It may be that you experience an error entering the web address. There are several addresses that are unique enough to confuse you in entering them. This wrong address case is also quite rare because at this time, almost every word and phrase has been used for web addresses.

• Reload the page
If you are pretty sure the web address you input is correct, you can reload the webpage. There are some cases where reloading does not solve the problem. One of them is the absence of internet connection, and you will definitely find out right away.

• Check the webpage from another device
If you still get error code 404 after the web address is correct and you have reloaded, he next way you can do is to try to access using another device, such as a smartphone. This is important because each device has different IP address, so the results displayed may also vary.
If you can access the web page with another device, it means the problem is on your device. But if you still can’t access the page, the problem is on the site you are visiting. At this stage, there is nothing you can do but contact the website administrator to do maintenance on the website.