Error 404 is usually the error message returned when you try to access a website page that doesn’t exist. While some websites have relied on the default error 404 page, some have taken those 404 pages and turned them into something funny or clever. Well it seems that NotFound.org, a collaboration between Missing Children Europe and Child Focus, will be taking the error 404 pages and turn them into digital milk cartons in which missing or abused children’s photos will be put up in an effort to raise awareness. The idea is for anyone with a website to make use of the “dead space” found in error 404 pages and turn it into something useful, which in turn could lead to helping missing children be found.
At the moment about 1,600 websites use NotFound’s 404 page, and media conglomerate RTL have pledged their support and to get involved. There is no financial commitment so if you think that you want to do your part to help, navigate on over to NotFound’s website and learn how to put up one of their 404 pages for yourself.
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