Today I want to share with you one creative 404 Page example made with SVG and GSAP's Tweenmax to inspire you or help you create your own custom 404 page. The 404 page is a response code in HTTP telling the user, in effect, that they’ve clicked on a broken link – by accessing a broken link to the main page, typos in URLs or the URL does not exist anymore.
Attention: This article is experimental. I only tested it in Chrome Browser and it may happen that it is not functional in other Browsers. For this reason, I recommend Chrome Browser.
If someone happens to see your 404 page, she should get at least some fun out of it. Most often it has a lot of text and looks ugly. Right? So instead of scaring your potential page viewers and customers, why not create something creative and more pleasant for the eye to catch your visitor’s attention? Remember you don’t want to lose them!
Custom, creative ideas can turn a typical 404 page into a successful and widely-known page that is remembered by the users. I hope this example will fulfill these conditions.
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