Skip to main content

Know the popular web server error codes

Many a time when we try to visit any particular web page, we get an error code displaying in lieu of the original page. Have you ever surprised what that error code meant? Here is a list of the most popular error codes and their description. The first thing you should do anytime you get an error code is to make sure that you have entered the correct web page addressed.


• 100 Continue
• 101 Switching Protocols
• 102 Processing
• 200 OK
• 201 Created
• 202 Accepted
• 203 Non-Authoritative Information
• 204 No Content
• 205 Reset Content
• 206 Partial Content
• 207 Multi-Status
• 300 Multiple Choices
• 301 Moved Permanently
• 302 Found
• 303 See Other
• 304 Not Modified
• 305 Use Proxy
• 307 Temporary Redirect
• 400 Bad Request
• 401 Authorization Required
• 402 Payment Required
• 403 Forbidden
• 404 Not Found
• 405 Method Not Allowed
• 406 Not Acceptable
• 407 Proxy Authentication Required
• 408 Request Time-out
• 409 Conflict
• 410 Gone
• 411 Length Required
• 412 Precondition Failed
• 413 Request Entity Too Large
• 414 Request-URI Too Large
• 415 Unsupported Media Type
• 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable
• 417 Expectation Failed
• 422 Unprocessed Entity
• 423 Locked
• 424 Failed Dependency
• 425 No code
• 426 Upgrade Required
• 500 Internal Server Error
• 501 Method Not Implemented
• 502 Bad Gateway
• 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable
• 504 Gateway Time-out
• 505 HTTP Version Not Supported
• 506 Variant Also Negotiates
• 507 Insufficient Storage
• 510 Not Extended


Popular posts from this blog

How to choose the right content management system for your website

Creating a website can be an exciting process, but it can also be overwhelming, especially when it comes to choosing the right Content Management System (CMS). A CMS is an essential component of any website, as it allows you to manage and publish your digital content. With so many CMS options available, it can be challenging to decide which one is the right fit for your website. In this article, we will guide you through the process of selecting the perfect CMS that fits your website’s needs, with real examples to help you make an informed decision. Determine Your Website’s Purpose The first step in choosing the right CMS for your website is to determine your website’s purpose. Are you creating a blog, an e-commerce site, or a portfolio website? Different CMS platforms cater to different website types, and choosing the right one will ensure that you have access to the necessary tools and features. For example, if you’re building an e-commerce site, you may want to

A comprehensive guide for best practices and tools to build responsive websites

Building Responsive Websites: Best Practices and Tools In the fast-paced digital world, having a responsive website has become a necessity. With the increasing use of mobile devices and varying screen sizes, it’s crucial to ensure your website looks and functions flawlessly across all platforms. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the best practices and essential tools for building responsive websites that deliver optimal user experiences. Why Responsive Design Matters in Today’s Digital Landscape In today’s mobile-centric era, users expect websites to adapt seamlessly to their devices, whether they’re browsing on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone. Responsive design is the key to meeting these expectations. It allows your website to automatically adjust its layout, images, and content based on the screen size and orientation of the device. By implementing responsive design, you provide a consistent and user-friendly experience, regardless of how users acces

Important WordPress theme functions every developer needs

When we develop any custom WordPress theme we need to use different functions. We need to write those functions in functions.php file of the custom theme. I have prepared some of those basic functions and included in the functions.php file. I have mentioned the usage / procedure to use the function in the same file. You have to download the functions.php file and put it inside your theme folder. Following functions are included in functions.php file. Navigation / Menu Remove default UL markup from wp_nav_menu output Enable featured image with custom dimension Image compression while uploading Remove width and height attributes from inserted images Enable sidebar widget Shorten post / page title by word limit Shorten excerpt by word limit Shorten content by word limit Strip images from content Display the content of a page by page ID Display the content of a page by page slug Anti spam email shortcode inside content editor Change default sender email address for generat