Posted October 05, 2018 07:54:10 The 404 Not FOUND error is displayed when you visit an image-rich page on the News24 website.
It shows up in your browser’s address bar when you try to access the website or when you refresh the page.
It’s the same error you get when you scroll through a video player, or when a link in an email is clicked.
The 404 Error code is shown as an error message at the bottom of the page, and the user will need to enter their details and click the link to try to get to the error page.
If you see the error, you need to fix the issue yourself.
To fix it, just click on the Error link at the top of the screen.
To try to fix it yourself, first click the button at the right of the error message and then click on Help.
The Help page will give you the steps you need and links to a couple of online solutions for troubleshooting.
It also tells you what information should be displayed on the page when you type in the URL.
The error message can also be displayed when your browser is not working properly, so you might want to check that out too.
It looks like this: The image-based link page 404 Error page You can try changing the URL and refresh the image again to see if that fixes the problem.
You can also search for other similar errors and see if any help is available.
If the error still appears, check your internet connection and try refreshing the page again.
If your problem persists, you can also try manually clearing your cache and reinstalling the browser.
Some browsers might also report other errors too.
For example, some browsers like Opera, Chrome, and Safari might display the error 404 Not found.
You might need to clear your cache first.
To clear your cookies and add a new cookie: Click the gear icon on the top right of your browser window, then click Cookies.
Cookies may have already been cleared.
Next, click the cookies icon to clear them again.