HTTP Status Codes

HTTP Status Codes

404 Error Code

By Admin on Jun 22, 2017 in 404 Error, 4xx Client Error Code, HTTP Status Codes

The HTTP 404 Error Code is popularly known as the “Not Found” Error. The 404 Error indicates that the system or the client can contact the server whereas the server is not able to contact the system or client in return. This may be due to the link being broken or dead due to obvious reasons, the page or post may be removed from the site, or the link may...

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HTTP 302 Found

By Admin on Jun 22, 2017 in 3xx Redirection Error Code, HTTP Status Codes

The HTTP 302 Found Status Code means that the user requested URL has been altered with another URL. In other words, the user is redirected to another URL. The user has to request for the future URLs as the redirection has happened on occasion. The new URL should be included along with the Location field in the response. Expect for request method that is the head,...

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HTTP Error 303 See Other

By Admin on Oct 27, 2016 in 3xx Redirection Error Code, HTTP Status Codes

The HTTP Error 303 See Other means that the user requested URL is residing at a specific URL and need to be retrieved from there. This doesn’t mean that the resource has moved, but it needs to be accessed from the location that is specified. The resource can be retrieved using GET method. This method exists primarily to allow the output of a POST-activated...

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HTTP 400 Bad Request

By Admin on Oct 26, 2016 in 4xx Client Error Code, HTTP Status Codes

The HTTP 400 Bad Request means that the server cannot or will not process the client request. This is due to some problem that has appeared with the client server. The client should not repeat the request without modifying or correcting the issue. Reasons for HTTP 400 Bad Request There are few reasons for the HTTP 400 Status Code to appear. They are, Malformed...

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HTTP 504 Gateway Timeout

By Admin on Oct 26, 2016 in 5xx Server Error Code, HTTP Status Codes

The HTTP 504 Gateway Timeout means that the server did not receive a timely response from the server it was accessing to load the web page request by the user. The server while acting as a gateway or proxy, the upstream server failed to provide a timely response for URL it was in need to complete the request. Some deployed proxies return HTTP 400 Error or HTTP 500...

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HTTP 307 Temporary Redirect

By Admin on Oct 26, 2016 in 3xx Redirection Error Code, HTTP Status Codes

The HTTP 307 Temporary Redirect means that the request URL temporarily resides under a different URL. The user should not alter the request method if it performs an automatic redirection. The web server thinks that the URL has been temporarily redirected to different URL. As the redirection can change over time, the user must continue to use the same effective URL...

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