If you've spent any time browsing the web, chances are pretty good you've run into a page with an error code on it.
You've likely seen numbers 404 ("not found") or 403 ("forbidden").
Less commonly spotted is error code 418, which makes your browser proclaim "I'm a teapot."
If it sounds like a joke, it is: Way back on April Fool's Day in 1998, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) — a group that sets internet standards — proposed "a protocol for controlling, monitoring, and diagnosing coffee pots.
Customised 404 error pages for web sites are a sensible idea. You arguably don’t need a customised 418 page, but that didn’t stop Google creating one — complete with an animated teapot. More »
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