Have you ever encountered a "404 not found" message in response to a query on the browsers? These situations occur when there is a problem with the server-side code, and it sends back a message to the client indicating the presence of the problem. Let’s dig into these HTML error messages and learn what a specific code means.
The client should continue sending the request to the server since the server has signaled to proceed with the current request.
This means that server has accepted the client's request to switch to the new protocol.
This is displayed when resuming any of the client's pending PUT or POST requests.
The client's request is totally fine from the server's point of view. (Mission successful).
The previous request is completed and a brand new resource is created for the next attempt.
The client's request is now accepted by the server but is still in process.
Non- Authoritative Info
The server now displays the results from a third-party website.
The server has successfully processed the client's request but there is nothing present to display.
Reset the content
There is nothing present to display for our request. The server asks to reset the content.
Only a little bit of information is displayed.
The server sends back five choices for the user so they can choose the one final location.
The page has been moved to a new URL.
The page has been temporarily moved to a new URL.
The page can now be found on a new URL.
The user requested page is not changed since they last requested for it.
The user's request is impossible to complete since it has a syntax issue.
This is a legal request, but the user is unable to provide valid inputs for accessing the file or directory.
The server is denies to display the requested webpage.
The page you are currently looking for is not found
Method not allowed
The method through which you are sending a request to access the desired page is not supported by that page.
The resultant output will be unacceptable by the client-side.
Proxy Authentication required
The client must authenticate themselves for an in-use proxy because only specific proxies can use the requested resource.
Request Time out
The server was waiting for the request but no request was received. Therefore, the "Request Time Out" message is shown.
There is a conflict in the client-side request therefore it can't be processed.
The page requested by the client is not available.
The server needs to know the length of the content to be displayed. Otherwise, it won't accept the request.
The desired prerequisite of the request is not fulfilled or the provided one is not correct according to the server.
Request entity too large
Our request contains a data/file that exceeds the server's file size limit.
Request URL too long
The server can't interpret that long URL requested by the client in a request.
Unsupported Media Type
The server denies the request due to the unsupported media type present in the request.
Requested range is not satisfiable
The client has requested a specific portion but the server can not fulfill this request.
Internal Server Error
This is a general error message, mostly due to the errors in the code we are dealing with.
The server is unable to provide support for the requested method.
The server has received an invalid response from the high-end server.
The server is currently unavailable due to a lack of resources to handle the overloaded requests. Alternatively, it might be down for some other reason.
The server is acting as a gateway and was waiting for an on-time response but hasn’t received any from the other server (Higher-end server).
HTTP version not supported
The server does not support the HTTP version used in the request.
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