Have you ever heard the term HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) status code? Yes HTTP Status code is a standardized web server status code when providing information about the state of the pages on your website.
For a little illustration, have you ever encountered a http status code in the form of “Page Not Found” or we call it code 404. Yes, that code indicates that a website page that we are aiming for is not on the server or website.
Not only that code, but there are many more. For those of you who want to know the list of HTTP Status Codes, see the following explanation.
HTTP Status Code List (status code http)
1. Continue (Code 200)
Code which means that the browser request has been successfully received, understood, and processed by the server. In other words, everything went smoothly.
2. Created (Code 201)
The server has fulfilled your browser’s request. As a result, the server creates new data.
3. Move Permanently (Code 301)
This code appears when the website page or data has been permanently replaced with new data. In other words, this HTTP code is useful for Redirect 301.
4. Bad Request (Code 400)
The server could not fulfill the request because of an error from your browser.
5. Unauthorized (Code 401)
This error appears because the browser cannot provide valid proof of authority when requested by the server.
6. Forbidden (Code 403)
This code appears when a user tries to access something that is not allowed. For example, accessing locked content without logging in first.
7. Not Found (Code 404)
This is the most famous three-digit error code in cyberspace. This error indicates that the data requested by the browser does not exist on the server.
8. TimeOut Error (Code 408)
Appears when the server is timed out for waiting for the browser to complete its request. In other words, the server does not accept all requests sent by the browser. It might be because of the user’s connection that communication with the server is lost.
9. URL Too Long (Code 414)
As the name suggests, the 414 URL Too Long error occurs when the URL sent by the browser is too long for the server to process.
10. Bad Gateway (Code 502)
Generally, this HTTP status code appears because one of the servers received an incorrect response from the other server. For example, when using a proxy server.