Common Http Status Codes

Common Http Status Codes

 

  • 200s –  successful requests.
  • 300s – redirections.
  • 400s – problem with the request.
  • 500s – problem with the server.

 

200 – ok

Everything is ok! Be Happy 🙂

300 – multiple choices

Erm, which one?
The requested resource corresponds to any one of a set of representations

301 – Moved Permanently

302 – Found – temp redirect

The requested resource resides temporarily under a different URI.

304 – Not Modified
304 status code

The URL has not changed since last accessed or cached

307 – Temp Redirect

400 – Bad Request

401 – Unauthorised
Requires user authentication lad

403 – Forbidden

404 – Not Found

 

Soft 404 – Kind of Not Found
These softies occur, when a page is not found / isn’t there
But
Fails to return the correct, 404 error status code.
Sometimes a user will get redirected automatically to an irrelevant page

Walter the Softie – finds a weird redirect when he tries to find pawn on his, erm, phone

410 – Gone
Bye Bye!
Not there and no forwarding address innit

500 – Internal Server Error


501 – Not implemented


503 – Service Unavailable


550 – Permission denied

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