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Cloudflare 404 Not Found error

This article will guide you on differerent methods to fix Cloudflare 404 Not Found #error which occurs when website content has been removed or moved to another URL. 

There are also other reasons why an error message could appear. 

The URL or its content (such as files or images) was either deleted or moved (without adjusting any internal links accordingly).

To fix #Cloudflare #404 error:

1. Retry the web page by pressing F5, clicking/tapping the refresh/reload button, or trying the URL from the address bar again.

2. Check for errors in the URL.

3. Move up one directory level at a time in the URL until you find something.

4. Search for the page from a popular search engine.

Important factors relating to 404 error:

i. A 404 not found error is an HTTP status code that means that the page you wanted to access a website couldn't be found on their server. 

ii. Did you know that search engines, such as Google and Yahoo, will get a negative impression of a website if it has too many HTTP 404 errors?

iii. A 404 is an HTTP status code that means you're able to communicate with the server but the server can't find the specific page.

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Cloudflare 403 forbidden error


This article will guide you in fixing Cloudflare 403 forbidden error. The Cloudflare error is caused by server end. The major reasons for this error are IP deny rules, #permissions rules, or browser #cache. 

To fix Cloudflare #error?

Contact your site administrator or hosting provider to eliminate these common causes:

1. Ensure your origin web server is responsive.

2. Review origin web server error logs to identify web server application crashes or outages.

3. Confirm #Cloudflare IP addresses are not blocked or rate limited.

4. Allow all Cloudflare IP ranges in your origin web server's firewall or other security software.

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