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HTTP response status codes are three-digit codes issued by a web server in response to a browser-side request from a client. These status codes serve as a means of quick and concise communication and are specified by the RFC 2616.
These types of messages are returned every time your browser interacts with a server, even if they are not visible. For any web developer, understanding HTTP status codes is critical.
HTTP status codes are an essential tool for diagnosing and correcting configuration errors in any web or application that uses the HTTP communication protocol.
Understand the HTTP 410 Gone Error code: What are the causes, and solutions, and why we sometimes intentionally use this error response in SEO.
The 401 HTTP is a client-side standard response status code. This error response indicates that the client request has not been completed because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the requested resource.
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Understand the error HTTP 503 Service Unavailable: What are the causes and how to fix them.
Understand the the HTTP 502 Bad Gateway error: What are the causes and how to fix them.
Understand the HTTP 499 Client Closed Request error: What are the causes and how to fix it.
Understand the HTTP 403 Forbidden error: What are the causes and how to fix it.