Page Error

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Error page 404

What's in an error page?

Error pages are important for the visitor experience.

Let's say you missed some 301 redirects and an old blog or Facebook link sent the user to a URL on your site that doesn't exist anymore. The error page should keep them on your site by apologizing for the inconvenience, suggesting an alternate way to navigate your site, and possibly even providing alternative landing page link suggestions depending on what URL they were looking for.

Either way you look at it, an error page is a crucial piece of the website puzzle and should be built accordingly.