Set a custom 404 page in my Linux Hosting account
404 pages display when someone tries to access a page on your website that doesn't exist. You can use your home page as your 404 page, or you can create a custom one as explained here.
Note: Server-side scripts, such as PHP, might not work on custom 404 pages because of how web server software (such as Apache) handles them.
- Go to your GoDaddy product page.
- Under Web Hosting, next to the Linux Hosting account you want to use, click Manage.
- In the account Dashboard, click cPanel Admin.
- In the cPanel Home page, in the Advanced section, click Error pages.
- In Error Pages, under Step 1 - Select Domain to Manage Error Pages, select the domain you want to use.
- Below Step 2 - Edit Error Pages for: [your domain name], click 404 (Not found).
- Edit the custom HTML for the page, and then click Save.
- Visit the cPanel documentation on setting custom error pages.