Hello Laravel Friends,

In today’s blog, we are going to learn about How to Create a Custom Error Page in Laravel 10.

Error pages play a crucial role in enhancing user experience on a website or web application.

By default, Laravel provides default error pages like 404, 500 and all others. 

Default 500 Error Page

Default 500 Error Page

Default 404 Error Page

Default 404 Error Page

Laravel allows developers to create custom error pages that align with the application’s design and branding. Custom error pages provide a consistent and user-friendly experience for your Laravel application’s users.

Let’s learn how to customize error pages in Laravel.

Steps to Create Custom Error Page in Laravel 10:

We need some prerequisites before starting.

For that, you need a well-set Laravel project of any version.

Step 1: Go to the app/Exceptions/Handler.php file and add the below code in that file.

Step 2: Then, create a new 404.blade.php file at the below location.


And add the code as follows

Step 3: In the same way, you need to create the 500.blade.php file at the below path


Now add the code as mentioned for 404 error page


Now serve your Laravel app with production mode to see the output

Custom 500 Error Page  (in that case, I generate an internal server error)

Custom 500 Error Page

Custom 404 Error Page 

Custom 404 Error Page


By following this step-by-step guide, you’ve learned how to create and integrate custom error views in Laravel 8, enhancing your application’s overall user interface and experience. If you have difficulty creating custom error pages for Laravel, get in touch with the Laravel developer or just leave a comment here.

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