What is 404 Error in Weblogic Bridge

Internet Fix HTTP Error 404: Page Not Found


The HTTP status code 404 means that the requested website cannot be found on the web server. Either the content of the website has been removed or it has been moved to a different URL. You can read what the error page means and how you can proceed in our tips + tricks.

What does error 404 mean?

The 404 error page appears if the content of the page has been removed or the URL has been changed. As a result, the corresponding page is not found and you receive the HTTP status code "404 - Page not found". The error is part of the 4xx family of over 60 HTTP status codes and stands for a client error. This also includes error codes 400, 401 and 403.

There are also various other reasons why the error can occur:

  • the URL is incorrectly created or incorrectly linked internally
  • you entered the URL incorrectly
  • the web server is not in operation
  • the URL or the content has been deleted or swapped out

Since this error message is the most prominent of its kind, many websites have gotten creative and now have their own customized 404 error pages. Here you will find a picture gallery for: "Not Found" - beautiful 404 pages.

Depending on the browser and language setting, the error can appear in different variations.

How can the error be corrected?

The 404 error is always annoying and tempts to simply leave the website again. In most cases, however, the error can be eliminated quite easily. It is best to try out the solutions in the following order:

Update website

It is possible that the page was simply not loaded correctly and you therefore receive the 404 error. Either click the refresh button in your browser or reload the page using [F5].

Check url

If you enter the URL manually, mistakes can be made quickly. Even if you accessed the page from a shared link, there may be a typo in the URL. Therefore, you should carefully check the path of the website and change it if you notice something. An example would be e.g. heise.de/folder1/folder2. If you are here at folder2 get the error 404, just navigate back in the folder structure. So call again heise.de/folder1 on. Otherwise you can of course also return to the home URL, in our example that would be heise.de.


Use search engine

You can search for the website using a search engine. If the page exists, you can find it with a simple search. You will then be directed to the correct URL.

Empty cache and delete cookies

The data saved in the background memory are called cache and cookies. These serve to shorten the loading time of the website. In some cases, invalid information or outdated data is saved in the browser and communication is disrupted as a result. You receive an error message while loading the page. If you delete the cache and all cookies, the page you are looking for may be found again.

You can find out how to clear the cache depending on your browser here:


You can read here how to delete cookies:

Contact website

As a last resort, you can also contact the operator of the website. You can find the contact either in the imprint or on the service page. The operator can then give you information about whether the error is legitimate or not. In addition, the operator can set a domain forwarding so that the 404 error no longer occurs.