When people get turned around on your blog and somehow end up on a page that doesn't exist or has been removed, it's fun to have a custom message awaiting instead of the standard "Sorry, the page you were looking for in this blog does not exist."
Here's how to set up a custom error message:
(click to enlarge any of my screenshots)
Type your error message in the box. This function supports HTML, so you can include an image or a link, if you'd like. I've got both. If you'd like to include an image, you'll need to host it elsewhere (I show you how to do that right here). Then, grab your image link.
The HTML for an image is:
The HTML for a link is
<a href="url.com">Link Text!</a>
So my code looks like this:
<img src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ZMqpBJVK434/UcnqsKAKndI/AAAAAAAAJDY/CMgyTEstdEw/s400/OopsIBroketheInternet.jpg"> <br/>
Oh dang! Something is broken. <a href="http://frecklesinapril.com">Go back home!</a>
Here's what my custom error page looks like (before I updated the look of my blog, anyway)-
right here to see it live!
Questions? Concerns? Leave them in the comments.