TNW Creations, LLC. Multimedia Publishing

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Austin, Texas

Creating a Wix 404 Page in 2020

We offer free tips and suggestions for various web builders. 


In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a custom 404 page for your Wix website. Creating a custom 404 Error page means that when a visitor mispells or lands on a page that no longer exists for your website - they will have a better chance of staying on your website. As a business owner, you want your visitor to quickly and easily find their way back to your services, gallery, home or contact information. 


Follow the steps below to create your own custom 404 error page. Keep in mind, you must have a Premium Wix Plan to accomplish this.


1. First, open your Wix Editor. 

2. Click Settings on the bar at the top of your Editor.

3. Click, "Error Page (404)."

4. Click Get Started.

The 404 error page previously hidden from your editor dashboard is now available for you to edit. This page will not be shown on your website's menu. 


Optional: At this point you can publish your site or you can continue customizing by changing the text, wording, colors or the vector art.  Keep in mind, only Vector art is available for this page. 


Consider adding quick links to pages or popular blog posts on your site. This is also a great place to link to areas visitors might be looking for. Remember the 404 page helps minimize the chance a visitor leaves your site after receiving an error message. 


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TNW Creations is a Web Development & Media Publishing Agency in Austin, Texas. Web Development, cyber security, web design, clean energy web host, Advanced SEO, Digital Marketing and more since 1995.

I've been programming, designing, writing and publishing professionally online since 1995. I've worn many hats throughout my life, but the common core of my career has always been media. Besides the portfolio you see on TNW Creations, my internet presence has been substantial for over 2 decades. In 1995, while still in college, I founded TNW Creations and became part of the grassroots development for teaching the Lakhota language online. By 2004, my bilingual work was listed on many sites, including National Geographic , Encarta and Touchstone Pictures Hidalgo. When I'm not designing, developing and writing, you'll find me managing MagicStoryLand.Com, creating kid-friendly game & video content, posting salty articles about cyber threats, leading Girl Scouts, moderating UnifyLife.Org and enjoying my  community, church & family.