Inspiration
October 26, 2010
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Every website should have a 404 error page to be displayed in case that the client is looking for a page which is inexistent. For the ones who don`t know yet,the 404 or Not Found error message is a HTTP standard response code indicating that the client was able to communicate with the server, but the server could not find what was requested.

In other words, if you type in a bad address of a website, for example www.wufoo.com/blablabla/ , you`ll get the message: “404! wufoo couldn`t find it! This file may have been moved or deleted.Be sure to check your spelling!”

If you don`t have a 404 error page yet, take a look at this examples below and create your unique 404 error page!

Graphic Peel



nDesignStudio



PVM Garage



Storenvy



Walk With You



BrightKite



JackFig



CgCraft



Acro Media



d20



Wufoo



Red Tag



CSS Tricks



Suspended Animations



Product Planner



Duoh



Jamie Huskisson



Abduzeedo



Your Web Job



Istockphoto



IconFinder



Frye Wiles



Mojo Themes



BrandStack



Dribbble



Twurn



DeviantArt



Astuteo



Henrik Hedegaard



MailChimp



Agens



Bergan Blue



RareView



SpoonGraphics



Gog.com



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Madalin Tudose is a web designer and developer who loves to inspect websites for new designing techniques and trends. He`s the founder of Ourtuts, where he blogs about anything related to web development.