The 404 page is the default page that shows when a user attempts to view a page of your website that doesn’t exist.
By default, the headline of the 404 page is Not found, error 404. Genesis lets you change this to whatever you want, using the filter
Edit the 404 page headline:
Remove the 404 page headline altogether:
genesis_404_entry_title is only available to the newer HTML5 Genesis themes. If your site is running on an older XHTML Genesis theme, you’re out of luck.
Genesis Advanced Edits
As an alternative to installing code, the plugin Genesis Advanced Edits allows you to edit the 404 page headline on your Genesis website.
Overwriting the Whole 404 Template
For greater control over your custom 404 page, you can create a new template in your child theme called 404.php. Because of the way the WordPress template hierarchy works, this will fully override the 404 template provided in the parent Genesis Framework. As always, remember the call to
genesis at the end of your template.
genesis_404_entry_title has been included since version 2.2.0.
genesis_404_entry_title is located in 404.php.