404 error pages, we all know what they are, right? I will refresh your memory, a 404 error occurs when your server is reached by a user, but the page the user is looking for can not be found. This may happen for a variety of reasons:
1. A typo by the user, by simply missing the "L" in "HTML" will result in the 404 error,
2. An external link to a moved/deleted webpage,
3. An internal link to a moved/deleted webpage.
We have put together a list of 50 things you should no about websites, this is not a definitive list by any means but it will give you a good idea of what to look for, without boring you too much. We Hope!
We are very proud to announce the release of our new look website.
We have been working very hard over the christmas period to get the new site up and running, and are very pleased with the results. The new site incorporates many new features and we will be adding more as time goes by.
Feedback from our clients have driven this site forward and we are grateful for all the input we received over the past few months.