Absa’s witty new 404 page

Absa has launched a revamped website and banking app to bring its online banking into an a 24/7 connected digital age.

As part of its new website, the company has a witty 404 page to alert people that they have requested a page which does not exist.

The 404 error message is an HTTP standard response code indicating that the client was able to communicate with a given server, but the server could not find what was requested.

When a client requests a page which does not exist, a browser will return a “The webpage cannot be found” message.

Many websites have custom 404 pages, which is what Absa has created. The following message greets people who request a page which does not exist on the Absa website:

Well Done! You have found a rare broken link.

David Attenborough would be proud of your ability to find this rare and almost one of a kind “broken link”. Our highly specialised broken link recovery team has been called and is on the way via super secret submarine.

For more entertaining 404 pages, visit this link.

ABSA 404

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