Funny 404 Pages – Examples and How to Create Your Own

Funny 404 pages are a great way to add a little character to your website. There are so many great examples of funny 404 pages on the web, so we compiled some of our favorites to help get you inspired.

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Freemius Launches Insights for WordPress Themes

Freemius Insights has announced that its analytics service that was previously only available to WordPress plugins is now available for themes. The company was founded in 2015 by Vova Feldman and his team after discovering how much information is not available to developers who host plugins and themes on the official WordPress directories and marketplaces.

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Trump’s absurd statement on health care gets trolled because how could it not?

As the great Avril Lavigne once sang, “Why’d you have to go and make health care so complicated?” Well, okay. That’s not exactly what she said, but if she were to release her hit angsty 2002 anthem, ” Complicated,” today about the laughable health care statement Donald Trump made on Monday, those would probably be the lyrics.

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From WordPress.com to Ghost on DigitalOcean

After ~3 years of managed hosting at WordPress.com I decided to self host my blog. In this blog post I’ll outline all the steps I took to migrate. Why WordPress.com? Three years ago I decided I want to create a blog, but didn’t have any specific platform in

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Amazon S3 Outage Hits WordPress Businesses, Disrupting Services and Support

Amazon is currently experiencing “high error rates with S3 in US-EAST-1,” causing a massive outage for sites, apps, and services across the web. The AWS service health dashboard was also temporarily affected by the outage. Amazon says it is working at repairing S3 and that they believe they have identified the root cause.

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Coming up in WP Super Cache 1.5.0 | Something Odd!

The next version of WP Super Cache will be one with some big changes! There are many small bug fixes and improvements but the one I’m most excited about is moving the legacy cache files into the supercache directory. The legacy cache files were the files created by the old WP-Cache plugin upon which this plugin is based.

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