The 28 Best Error Pages On The Internet

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1. Metro.co.uk’s 404 page:

2. Brainchef.com’s error page:

(It goes on and on and on for a while. Click here to see the whole thing.)

3. Used by Zelda fans across the Internet:

4. Herman Cain’s (now defunct) 404 page:

6. Mint.com’s former 404 page:

(The page was presumably changed because Justin found love. Good for you, Justin.)

8. This great animated 404 page from some Russian site:

(From proteys.info. No idea what they do, but they know their 404 pages.)

10. From Purplesageranch.com:

11. Notfound.org has a clever 404 page that lets you show missing people on your own 404 page:

12. College Humor’s error page is kinda a bummer:

13. Modcloth.com’s is pretty cute:

14. IMDB’s changes each time you find a missing page:

15. Huffington Post’s:

16. Astuteo’s former 404 page:

(They’re a web design company out of Wisconsin. Their 404 page was recently changes to something way more boring.)

17. Dilbert.com:

(Your dad will love this one.)

19. Left Logic’s is awesome. It lets you draw a 404, and see other users’ drawings:

(Go give it a try!)

20. Nosh.com has a pretty great video on their error page:

Here’s the video:

21. Blizzard Entertainment’s error page:

22. Whitespark.ca lets you decide the fate of one of their employees:

(Go give it a try.)

23. Videotron reminds us that our favorite animals are not real:

24. From designer Mark Dijkstra’s site:

25. Magnt.com shares the blame:

26. Aubin and Will’s former error page:

27. Badmouth.net’s (sadly now defunct) error page:

28. Design agency 1Minus1’s 404 page:

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