Guide to HTTP Responses

Guide to HTTP Responses

HTTP/1.1 status code for continue, this status code lets the client know it should continue with the request.

HTTP/1.1 status code for switching protocols, this status code notifies the server to switch protocols and if prohibited does so.

HTTP status code for a ok or successful transmission, 200 indicating that the transmission of the file over the HTTP protocol was successful.

HTTP status code indicating that the request has been fulfilled and resulted in a new resource being created.

HTTP status code that is generated when the request has been accepted but not yet completed.

HTTP status code no content or no response, 204 indicates that the server has received the request, however there is no information to send back. In some cases a 204 may return updated information.

HTTP status code for partial content, this status code is commonly generated when the client requests only section of data.

HTTP status code for moved permanently, this status code is often used to redirect a client to a new server.

HTTP status code for found, 302 is used to temporarily redirect clients.

HTTP status code for use a local copy, the page will be retrieved from the visitors cache instead of from the server. This helps load pages that have not been modified faster.

HTTP status code for Bad Request, this status code is caused when the client sends information that cannot be understood.

HTTP status code unauthorized access, authorization to access is either not authorized or the HTTP location is not setup properly.

HTTP status code "Payment Required 402" unable to authorize charging scheme.

HTTP status code forbidden, the requested item is a forbidden item and cannot be accessed. This issue is commonly caused when the file and/or directory has been purposely set to not allow you or a group of users access, is currently being uploaded to a server, or has just not yet had its permissions set.

HTTP status code "Not Found 404" server was unable to find the requested address. When this occurs it is possible that the web page may have moved, been deleted, or is currently being updated.

HTTP status code for Method Not Allowed, this status code is generated when the method requested in the request-line is not allowed for the resource identified.

HTTP status code for Proxy Authorization Required, this status code is generated when authorization must first be obtained through the proxy first.

HTTP status code for Request Timeout, this message is generated when the client did not make a request in the servers allocated time.

HTTP status code for Request Range Not Satisfiable, this status code indicates the servers inability to process the clients partial get request.

HTTP status code for internal error, the server encountered an unexpected error and is unable to fulfill the request.

HTTP status code for not implemented, this status code is received when the server does not support the facility required.

HTTP status code for HTTP Version not supported, this status code is generated when the server refuses the HTTP version in the request line.

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