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Mar
2009

How to turn page 404 (Not Found Error Message) into a useful web resource

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Every now and then, while surfing websites and blogs you may incur in the dreaded 404 page which is nothing else than a HTTP error message indicating that the server was unable to retrieve the page you where looking for. This happens when you are looking for a Web page that doesn’t exist anymore,  when the web address for a certain page is not correct or when your favorite blog is down. Whatever the reason, how boring is this 404 error page and how useless it is! Let’s see how we can turn it to something quite useful for your Web needs!

ErrorZilla is a nice FireFox extension which adds extra functionalities to the famous and dreaded 404 error page. As a matter of fact, it will add to the page the following services: Try Again, Google Cache, Coralize, Wayback, Ping, Trace, and Whois buttons, along with the Firefox logo. If you want to know more, click here. If you want to download the add-on right-away, click here.




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