The Not Found Project is a European initiative to make use of “404 – Not Found” error web pages by placing missing child alerts on them. Participating websites install a module that converts their 404 error pages to missing child alerts from a constantly updated database. The project is by Missing Children Europe in cooperation with Child Focus. It is currently only for children reported missing in the European Union.
Missing Children Banner
Join the thousands of individuals who are helping find missing children by displaying the .Missing Children Banner on their websites .
The banner runs continuously and rotates photographs of missing children. The images are updated automatically to assure that only current information is displayed. The banner links to www.missingkids.com, providing more information on each child.
I already had a custom 404 page for my website, southsidetech.com. All I had to do, is insert the Missing Child Banner code, and reformat the page a little.
Click on the image above to see the full page, or go to any bad page name (not) on my website: southsidetech.com/any bad page name
I would like to encourage all my fellow webmasters and website designers to do something similar to this. If you don’t have a custom 404 page or would rather not change yours, the banner code can be placed on any page.
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