Users find it frustrating when they land on a page that does not exist. When you are updating your website pages and adding new pages it is important that you are able to direct users to the new pages. To make this error message a positive experience for users, create a custom 404 error page. Custom 404 error pages provide an explanation for the error to users and to search engines and thus provides a friendlier experience for the user. Here are some examples of custom 404 error pages: fun examples, animated examples, vintage examples. Creating a custom 404 error page can be easy and, as the examples show us, a little fun too.
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