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How to Customize Default Error Pages in Laravel 8

Learn how to customize the default error pages that are shipped by Laravel and make it visually more intuitive.

Created on Aug 03, 2021

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To customize the default error pages (404, 500, 503 and etc) you can create a new "errors" folder inside "resources/views" and then create a new blade file with the error code number.

Each of these error pages will automatically be loaded in case any of the page errors match the HTTP status code.

For Laravel 404 Error Page
/resources/views/errors/404.blade.php

For Laravel 500 Error Page
/resources/views/errors/500.blade.php

For Laravel 503 Error Page
/resources/views/errors/503.blade.php

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