Two error messages Web visitors may see when they click a broken hyperlink on your site.
Broken hyperlinks are links that don't go anywhere. They are often caused by removing a page or by changing the location of a page. You can identify and fix broken hyperlinks with the Broken Hyperlinks Report.
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Let's face it, mistakes happen. And mistakes often occur when working with hyperlinks.
For example, how many times have you seen error messages like "Page cannot be displayed" or "404 - Object Not Found"? These are typical messages Web visitors may see when they click a broken hyperlink.
Broken hyperlinks are often caused by removing a page or by changing the location of a page. They can also be caused by mistyping the page or file name.
You can catch broken hyperlinks before you publish your Web site, with the Broken Hyperlinks Report.