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Diziet
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Thu 22nd Sep '05 9:31PM
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i love the page displayed when my pc doesn't connect right to thedaddy.

it took me four attempts before i actually read the whole 'the daddy does not exist' internet explorer message.

fantastic!


Spanners*
Misses his big brother :(
Fri 23rd Sep '05 12:43AM
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Heh, we aim to please
    

Malcolm*
My ape goosed a Bishop. Who are you?
Fri 23rd Sep '05 9:31AM
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Wow - I like the sound of this! How can I get my computer to display it?

Excuse me for mentioning it, but can I interest you in a panoramic print of York - http://www.panoramicyork.co.uk ? No? Oh well - just thought I'd ask.
   

Spanners*
Misses his big brother :(
Fri 23rd Sep '05 9:48AM
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http://forum.thedaddy.org/404.html
and
http://forum.thedaddy.org/403.html
    

Malcolm*
My ape goosed a Bishop. Who are you?
Fri 23rd Sep '05 10:29AM
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They're brilliant!

But I still don't quite understand - how can you get them to be displayed when there's an error in a web browser? Surely, if there's an error in the web browser then it wouldn't be able to download those pages? How do they work, and when is each one used?

I'm intriguingly intrigued about this.

Excuse me for mentioning it, but can I interest you in a panoramic print of York - http://www.panoramicyork.co.uk ? No? Oh well - just thought I'd ask.
   

Spanners*
Misses his big brother :(
Fri 23rd Sep '05 10:36AM
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It depends the type of error. The 404 page is when the server can't find the file your after and the 403 is when you don't have permissions to view a page. In both cases the connection is still there and working fine.
There are a few other types of error (internal server error and suchlike) but these 2 are the classics. When it gets these errors, IE should automatically check for error pages with these names before using its own default pages. Don't think firefox does though
    

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