Troubleshoot and fix 404 error, broken links, or redirect issues
Occasionally after a migration or a domain name change, your WordPress website could experience 404 Not Found errors for links in your site. This could also be an issue with a Home Page not found error. When resolving these errors, you have two options:
- Call our support number and one of our experts can do it for you for a fee.
- Do it yourself following the instructions in the tables below.
WordPress Premium Support
Our support experts can perform the following services for you for a fee:
- We will diagnose the issue and then attempt to resolve it.
- The resolution may include fixing up to 10 individual broken internal links, all internal links with a common cause, fixing permalinks, or fixing the redirect issue.
Do it yourself
To identify and fix your broken link issue, select the relevant articles below.
Identify the issue
|To do it yourself, see these steps||Difficulty|
|Identify broken links in WordPress||Basic|
Fix the issue
|To do it yourself, see one of these steps||Difficulty|
|Fixing broken links after moving my WordPress site||Basic|
|Database find and replace||Hard|
|Fix redirect loop error in WordPress||Hard|
- For more information about our premium support for WordPress, please visit our WP Premium Support Catalog.