The error 404 message indicates that the content you are trying to view is missing. The most common reason for this is that you have uploaded your content in the wrong folder. Double check if your files are uploaded in the correct paths.
Another reason for the 404 error is when you have scheduled a certain post to appear only during a specific time or date. Log in the admin page of your site and make sure this is not the case. In case you have set SEF links for your site, make sure the .htaccess file is named correctly. You can double check that from your cPanel > File Manager. If the error persists, contact us so we can further help you.