We recently created a static app using Next.js, React and Netlify. Everything was fine until we stumbled upon 404 error for invalid routes. This page indicates that we do not have any page defined for the route we entered. So as a fallback, Netlify redirects the user to its default 404.html page. Overriding Netlify's default 404.htmlSo you might be wondering if there was a way we could redirect the user to our custom 404 error page? After reading Netlify docs, we see that this can be done by creating a custom 404.html page in our build
Next.js is a React framework that is used to develop front-end web applications and make the life of developers so much easier.