As you may already know, a 404 error page is displayed when a certain page of a website has been moved, deleted or it simply doesn’t exist. Web servers can be configured to return a customized error page, which a good idea if you don’t want that your visitor to simply go away from your website.
404 Pages can be styled just as any another page from your website. It’s extremely useful to have an elegant, creative or funny error page – you want to keep users on your website. Here are a few tips on creating an appealing and efficient 404 error page: use creative and appealing graphic elements, give your visitor alternatives for navigation, communicate with your users in a friendly and sincere way, offer a couple of possible related posts and last but not least, be creative!
Which 404 error page is your favorite from the ones above?