The 404 101

Even seen a 404 error before? It means you made a typo, or a page has been deleted.

Often they are purely functional, but there is now a bit of a vogue to have cool looking error pages amongst web designers. Many twitter users will be familiar with the #whalefail, for example. For a few months now, all our hosting on Salt and Light Solutions sites has had the branding of the company we buy our server time from.

But I have finally got round to replacing the boring hosting branded error pages with something a little more “zingy”. View it below, or just visit http://allaboutchris.co.uk/megatypofail. In honour of this, I have also replaced my facebook profile picture with a similarly 404 theme picture. Add me on http://www.facebook.com/bigonroad to see it!

Picture showing spilled salt and a 404 error.

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