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If you try to visit a page that doesn't exist on, the site doesn't return the "page not found" page; it returns the "we are offline" page. (The screenshots are links to the URLs they show.)



I got the screenshots with Google Chrome, which is set to pre-fetch the page (and show it) every time I change the URL on the browser bar; that is why I was able to show the second screenshot without being redirected.

In the second screenshot I removed the t from "user-top"; I would expect to see the "page not found" error, which is not what happens.

As side effect, if you click on the second screenshot, you are redirect to; the URL is missing a slash between "1.1" and "usage."

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

This is actually mildly annoying to fix (due to how API v1.x requests are routed), and isn't really hurting anything.

Not going to do anything about it for now.

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