The 404 Error page is a page that we bloggers hope no-one ever gets to see. When needed we do have to make sure that the page is useful to the user who arrived there. This page comes into play when there is an error on the blogger’s side or on the user’s side. We could have a broken link on our site or the user could have mis-spelled something when navigating to a particular page.
Those widget areas in the footer are so helpful in many WordPress Theme layouts. I use the term ‘multi widgets’ for lack of another term. By multi widgets I mean the user adds one, two or three (could be more) widgets in a particular widget area and then the theme displays the added widgets spread evenly across the width of the page. A few images will put this into perspective.
Just recently I stumbled upon a website that offered a free accessibility report for a website. I thought this was just too good to be true but I entered my site and email details and waited a few minutes for the report to arrive. My first thoughts were correct, I should not have wasted my time.