Some themes include a custom “404 not found” page when a visitor to your blog tries to request a page that is no longer on the web, or if they mistype a URL. You can override this page in 2 different ways:
- The easiest way is to create a new Micro.blog page under Posts → Pages. For the title, type “404” and save the page. Micro.blog will notice that special title and automatically set up the page filename to be
/404.html. You can later edit the title or text content to anything you want.
- If you need more control, use a custom Micro.blog theme to add a new template in
layouts/404.html. This can use any Hugo includes to show headers, footers, or handle other logic.
When neither of these pages are found, Micro.blog will return a basic “Not Found” page.