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What is the CSS class or ID I need to use to identify the 404 Error Page so I can make an edit to a particular class within that page?

 

I've tried .error404.address & .404_page.address, but neither have worked.

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evan

Try this:

 

.error404 .address {
    /* your custom css here */
}

 

Note the space between the classes.  Without the space means you're targeting an element with both of those classes, rather than hierarchically like you want to in this case.

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