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Here is a list of special, unlinked pages (they may be linked in questions and answers) on Stack Exchange sites. Most pages listed here are work in progress or legacy. Currently, this list is incomplete.

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You know, if you link to them here, they won't be unlinked anymore... STOP INVALIDATING YOUR OWN TITLE! – Shog9 Jan 26 '11 at 20:17
@Shog9 Catch 22! – Dr. belisarius Jan 26 '11 at 20:18
what's the point of this? – cat Jan 18 at 10:55

Global pages

Site list

Site-wide pages

Site moderator elections

  • /election, e.g.,
  • points to the ongoing election if there is one; shows a summary of past elections otherwise

The error page

The Captcha page

Page not found

Offline page

Greatest Hits

Annotated Posts

Per-user information

For the items in this section, you must be logged in, and you get the data corresponding to your account.

Personal reputation report


Tag prediction

Post information

Question revision history

  • /posts/[number]/revisions, e.g.,
  • shown as the “history” link for questions with at least two revisions
  • contains links to individual revisions and their source code, as well as summaries of a number of other events such as closing, reopening, (un)deleting, bounty start/end, (un)locking, tweeting, marked (not) community wiki, and merging.

Timeline view of revision and vote history

  • /posts/[question number]/timeline, e.g.,
  • for questions, shows a brief summary of answers and a link to answer timelines; for answers, only shows statistics for that answer

Individual review items

Chat-related pages

Recent messages, extended history

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How do you know /404 is actually an unlinked page, rather than just a non-existent page that therefore gives a 404 error? – Mechanical snail Sep 25 '12 at 10:43
True, gives me the same page... – Aaron Hall Oct 15 '15 at 22:40
moderator agreement is linked from Help Center: – unarist Dec 18 '15 at 9:02

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