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404 Error Pages

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10th April 2013

Using the internet, you are bound to come across a 404 error page now and then, usually when a page you are looking for doesn’t exist. Most 404 error pages simply tell you that you are looking for a page that doesn’t exist and direct you back to the main pages of the website.
 
With web design becoming more and more creative, inventive 404 error pages seem to be popping up all over the web and some of these error pages are gaining a cult status.
 
Here are three of our favourite 404 Error Pages:
 
Umbro
Sport clothing company and England football team sponsors Umbro have a brilliantly funny 404 error page explaining the 4-0-4 football formation.

UMBRO 404

 

Metro
Free Newspaper, the Metro’s website features a polar bear skateboarding. Honestly…

metro 404 error page

 

 

 

Blue Fountain Media
International marketing agency, Blue Fountain Media offer a page where can you play a bit of Pacman.

blue fountain media 404

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