404 Pages Re-Imagined

When you follow a "broken link" in your browser, you may find yourself at a 404 Page - basically, a fall-back page telling you that whatever you thought you were going to see, is not in fact at that Internet address. The default 404 Page is just that - a stark page with a "not found" message (see below). You may be on the right web site, it's just that particular page may have moved or been deleted (or your link to it was just wrong). Of course, webmasters can have a sense of humor too, and will sometimes come up with funny or creative ways you let you know you are at the wrong place. Here are some nice examples (thanks John D).

[caption id="attachment_6484" align="aligncenter" width="300"]404 A plain vanilla 404 page[/caption]

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