HTTP Status Codes

HTTP Status Codes are delivered by web servers in response to HTTP requests. These codes give you information about the status of a request. For example, if a web page cannot be found you will be given the familiar message "Error 404 - Page not found".

100 Continue   400 Bad Request
101 Switching Protocols   401 Unauthorized
      402 Payment Required
200 OK   403 Forbidden
201 Created   404 Not Found
202 Accepted   405 Method Not Allowed
203 Non-Authoritative Information   406 Not Acceptable
204 No Content   407 Proxy Authentication Required
205 Reset Content   408 Request Time-Out
206 Partial Content   409 Conflict
      410 Gone
300 Multiple Choices   411 Length Required
301 Moved Permanently   412 Precondition Failed
302 Moved Temporarily / Found   413 Request Entity Too Large
303 See Other   414 Request-URL Too Large
304 Not Modified   415 Unsupported Media Type
305 Use Proxy      
      500 Server Error
      501 Not Implemented
      502 Bad Gateway
      503 Out of Resources
      504 Gateway Time-Out
      505 HTTP Version not supported
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