It's so frustrating.
You click on a link or type a URL into the address field of your browser. But instead of being taken to that particular web page, you're confronted with a 404 error... that infamous "Page Cannot Be Displayed" message.
Maybe you typed the URL wrong. Or maybe whoever created the hyperlink made a mistake in the HTML coding. Either way, the page you're hoping to access doesn't display. So you try it again and receive the same results.
If you're really interested in getting to that page, you might make a few more attempts. But regardless of how determined you are, you'll eventually give up, perhaps making a mental note to come back later. You know, just in case it was caused by a temporary server glitch.
Say Good-Bye To 404 Errors Once And For All!
Finally! A simple and completely effective method of doing away with all those ugly and unproductive 404 errors!
How would you like to...
Arrange it so viewers NEVER see another "page cannot be displayed" message, even if they've come from one of your affiliate pages.
Never again lose sleep over whether or not you happened to input a misspelled URL address in one of your ezine ads.
Install a simple "intelligent" script that can determine on its own what page a viewer was looking for (even though it was typed wrong) and take them there without hesitation.
Receive an instant email message whenever a viewer reached your custom error page (including comprehensive details of where they came from and what URL they were originally trying to access).
With Intelligent 404, you'll have all this and more! And the installation is so easy, even someone with little or no script experience can handle it in a matter of minutes. Simply edit one file and upload four files to your web server. That's it!
Note: If you need help installing the script or don't have time to do it yourself, we'll arrange to get everything up and running for a small additional fee.
To install and run the Intelligent 404, you will need a web host that offers the following:
- Support of custom 404 error pages such as .htaccess files
- Ability to run PHP 4.0 or higher