How to create a custom 404 page in Divi

by | May 26, 2018 | Divi tutorials | 11 comments

How to create a custom 404 page in Divi
In this tutorial, you will be learning how you can create a custom 404 page in Divi. The 404 page is a page that is often overlooked but it is a good practice to create one and let your visitors know when they reach a dead end and where they can go from there.

Step by step tutorial

Step 1
Download the required files here.

Save the downloaded folder “404-files.zip” on your computer and Unpack the downloaded folder.

Step 2
Upload the file 404.php to your child theme folder.

If you don’t have a child theme you have to create one first. You can follow this tutorial How to create a Divi Child Theme to create one.

Step 3
In your WordPress dashboard navigate to Divi > Divi Library.

Click on “Import & Export”

Import the json file 404 page layout.json

Step 4
You can change the content to your likings, or you can delete all the sections/rows/modules and create something new.

This will not work with the visual builder so you have to edit it from Divi > Divi Library > 404 page

I hope that this little tutorial is useful for you and if you have any questions let me know in the comments.

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11 Comments

  1. Victor

    Thank you for the short and concise tutorial and the complete 404 ZIP file.

    Reply
  2. amystarr

    This is great. Gonna use it as is at first, then change it up when I have a bit more time. Thanks!

    Reply
  3. iisiolu

    grateful. But how can one swap this for the default 404 page

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    • Mark

      If you followed the steps this will replace the default 404 page

      Reply
  4. Madoka Ayukawa

    This only works on an clean installation because the module number CAN CHANGE (my case).

    You have to look in Divi > Divi Library > 404 page what is the module number and REPLACE the default module number inside the 404.php (1154).

    That’s all.

    Reply
  5. Robin M.

    Worked perfectly! Normally I have to jump through a bunch of hoops. This was soooooo easy! THANK YOU!!!!

    Reply
  6. Carmen

    Thank you very much for that, it works really well! The only strange thing in my case is that the top navigation is centered with the logo on top, on this 404 page – while the rest of the website has the default menu (logo left – navigation items on the right). Can I change that somehow?
    Thank you,
    carmen

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    • Mark

      Hi Carmen,

      If you have a link for me then I have a look.

      Reply
  7. Jarek

    Thumbs up for that tip!

    Do you know if it works as well for other errors? e. 403, 500…?
    Thanks

    Reply
  8. Dan

    This is great, thanks for sharing. Some sites make this wayyyyy too complicated

    Reply
  9. Animas Marketing

    This was super simple for a custom Divi 404 Page. Thank you thank you thank you!!

    Reply

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