New Responsive 404 Page for UNIX.com


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New Responsive 404 Page for UNIX.com

Just created (actually, only modified... it was created by ShoutOut) a new responsive 404 "not found" page with the help of ShoutOut free templates.

Code:
https://www.unix.com/status/404.html

Same for 401 and 403 errors.

Picture sans animation:

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Hi, Neo.

I liked it. I tried it on a non-extant page and it worked. I tried a link and it worked.

I think the Oooooops! text is light compared to the 404 text's size and brightness.

Probably meant "one" not "on" ... cheers, drl
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Thanks drl,

I'm not concerned that the "Ooops" text is a bit on the light side. It's the style of the page by the template designer; and I am lazy to spend any more time on the CSS for this in the near term. I did a lot of modifications and commented out some CSS which was not really great; but I could not quickly change the element <p> to make that text less opaque.

I even tried:

Code:
var element = document.querySelector('p');
element.style.color.white;
element.style.opacity = 1;

but I could not effect that text and did not find any special clues in the Chrome DevTools element inspector, so I just left it "as it".
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