OverviewBack to top
404 error simply refers to a “not found” error which means that the web page could not be found on the website. It comes when a web page has been removed or moved completely. That means, the server is unable to locate or find the resource which the visitor has asked for and thus returns an error “404 Page Not Found”. According to stats, 74% of the people who reach a 404 error will leave your website. Whenever a user comes across a 404 page, is left with no option but to leave the website. This gives Google a clear indication of bad user experience and thus it hinders your website’s search engine ranking. Google wants the website owners to weed out any errors and problems that affect user experience. To stop losing customers, you need to quickly find and fix every 404 error that your visitors came across.
404 Error is the most common error on the web, which heavily impacts your SEO ranking. It's important to fix ASAP before more of your visitors stumbled on it. We are happy to introduce our 404 Error Logger extension which enables Magento® to record these 404 errors whenever a visitor found “404 Page Not Found” error in your store. Provides an easy 404 management section to check all recorded 404 error pages/URLs under admin area. We also provide an easy and user-friendly way to fix these errors by creating Magento® URL redirects. Here are some useful features of our extension:
Easy installation & upgradation.
Record 404 errors whenever occurs on the website.
Record page URLs that are generating broken links.
Records IP addresses of visitors.
Easy to manage 404 errors from admin screen.
Very helpful during migration from one domain/server to another.
Aware of the suspicious events or spam hits on your Magento store.
Shows count of how many times a URL visited, which results in 404 error page.
Provide an easy way to create Magento redirect for fixing 404 errors.
Support and Discussion:
If you have any query/concern/issues you can contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
Technical SpecificationsBack to top
Magento platform compatibility
Open Source (CE): 2.1, 2.2
24 July, 2019
Extensions, Marketing, SEO/SEM
Quality ReportBack to top
All tests were conducted on the latest versions of Magento that existed for the compatible release lines at the moment of the extension submission. Latest versions of all other software were used, as applicable.
Release NotesBack to top
- Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 2.1 2.2
- Stability: Stable Build
This is first release of 404 Error Logger.
SupportBack to top
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