What a great idea! A lot of companies create custom error pages so that you don’t see the ugly, default error page that comes with the web server that runs their site. When I say ugly, I mean… UGLY.
Many of them style it to look like their site so that there is consistency in the site.
I stumbled upon this awesome idea from Scott Hanselman that is not only a good idea, but easy to implement. Click on through to the article to learn how to put your error pages to work for good. And always, if you need help getting this into YOUR website, give Dash Technical Solutions a call and we’ll do our best to help you out!
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