Updates and Feature Improvements
- Handling 404 Page Error Code
A 404 page error code occurs when a requested web page cannot be found. To handle this error, website owners should create a custom 404 page that provides helpful information to users, such as navigation links or a search bar. Additionally, website owners should monitor and fix broken links to minimize the occurrence of 404 errors.
- How to restrict search engine indexing on your website
To restrict search engine indexing on your website, you can add a "robots.txt" file to your site's root directory and use a "noindex, nofollow" meta tag in your site's HTML code. The robots.txt file tells search engine crawlers which pages they are allowed to index, while the meta tag instructs crawlers not to index or follow specific pages. This can be useful for pages that contain sensitive information or duplicate content.
- Adding SMS configurations for a super admin
To add SMS configurations for a super admin, access the website's back-end and navigate to the SMS configuration settings. From there, select the option to create a new configuration and fill in the necessary details such as the SMS gateway provider and API credentials. Once saved, the super admin will be able to manage and send SMS notifications to users from the website's front end. This feature can enhance user engagement and improve communication on the website.