WordPress 2.3.2 is now available and with it comes the new ability to create your own custom database error page.
This is a nice feature in my opinion, as not only does it hide possibly sensitive information about your database it also allows you to create a friendly error message for the less computer savvy among us. A possible example would be a simple message telling the user that something has gone wrong and they should check back later. It’s as easy as creating your custom error page and uploading it to /wp-content/db-error.php
Then I got thinking. What about our old friend Mr Search Engine?