FAQware Builds Extensive Internet Issues Resource
All Server/Browser Errors Documented with Solutions at FaultWire
Mountain View, CA (March 31, 2008) - FAQware made available today an extensive resource of Server Internet Errors, commonly seen, but rarely understood by end users. FAQware's freely accessible community web site www.FaultWire.com, makes it easy to understand the strange and odd 400 and 500 series errors sent by a server to a users's browser.
"Often these errors are quite confusing to end users." said Mr. van Gilluwe, President of FAQware. "While there have been a scattering of lists, no one before has compiled such an extensive range of errors, and documented where the fault lies and how to solve the issue." Mr. van Gilluwe stated.
For each error, FaultWire provides a detailed non-technical description, visual examples of the error, a rating of how often users typically encounter the error, along with a more technical "official" explanation. Most important, FaultWire provides solution and fix information.
Users can directly contribute by rating the solution with a single click. Users can also add comments and additional solutions via the FaultWire connected Forum. The FaultWire site also performs a search and displays any relevant web pages, should a user wish to do additional research.
The Internet Issues Resource was carefully assembled and analyzed by the FaultWire team of IT and engineering specialists. This team has an extensive amount of real-world experience in corporate and academic environments, in fixing complex issues and explaining issues in terms even a novice understands.
The FAQware® team has been creating and managing content rich web sites since 1998. The FAQware team works hard to deliver easy to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions in targeted areas, along with helpful details, explanations, reviews, links and much more. Additional information on FAQware is available at www.FAQware.com.