Solving Common Http Error Status Codes

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How to troubleshoot common HTTP error status codes Hypertext Transfer Protocol(HTTP), is the method by which clients (i.e. you) and servers communicate. When someone clicks a link, types in a URL or submits out a form, their browser sends a request to a server for information. It might be asking for a page, or sending data, but either way, that is called an HTTP Request. When a server receives that request, it sends back an HTTP Response, with information for the client. Usually, this is invisible, though I 'm sure you 've seen one of the very common Response codes - 404, indicating a page was not found. There are a fair few more status codes sent by servers, and the following is a list of the HTTP error status codes along with an explanation of their meanings. The codes are three-digit numbers. Five classes of HTTP codes, divided into categories by the first digit, exist: A first digit of 1, 2, or 3 represents a fully functional request. A first digit of 4 represents a client-side error. The most common codes span 400 to 404. A first digit of 5 represents a server-side error. The most common codes span 500 to 510. Informational This class of status code indicates a provisional response consisting only of the Status-Line and optional headers, and is terminated by an empty line. HTTP did not define any 1xx status codes, servers must not send a 1xx response to an HTTP client except under experimental conditions. 100 - Continue A status code of 100 indicates that (usually
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