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HTTP Status Codes

Status codes are issued by a server in response to a client's request made to the server. Check below the most common HTTP status codes and additional information:

The server informs the browser that he should go to a different URL.

The web server was unable to answer the request. It is possible that the HTTP header of the request is malformed. If you are an administrator please check the formatting of the request header.

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Please check that the authentication data, like user and password is correct and that you have control access to the requested page.

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Please check that the authentication data, like user and password is correct and that you have control access to the requested page.

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If using PHP try turning off Mod_Security inside PHP Configurations in your Control Panel. Also check if your file permissions are correct by following this tutorial.

If using NodeJS, check out this tutorial on Node.JS

Check that the URL for the requested page is correct. This is usually the result of a misspelled address.

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If using PHP double check your .htaccess for errors. For Wordpress sites, a template can be downloaded here.

If using NodeJS, check out this tutorial on Node.JS

The page cannot be displayed because there is an execution error in the server or in page scripts. If you are an administrator, double check your .htaccess for syntax errors.

You should also check your website logs on your Control Panel for more information on the cause of the error, or you may also be able to display the real error on the browser by following this tutorial.

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For PHP websites, the most common reason for this kind of status code is a misconfigured database connection.

If using NodeJS, check out this tutorial on Node.JS

The server cannot serve your request at the time. If you are an administrator, please access your Control Panel and check the website logs for more information, the webiste may be requesting unavailable resources or may be using all of the resources available to the server.

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You should check your website logs on your Control Panel for more information on the cause of the error, or you may also be able to display the real error on the browser by following this tutorial.

If using NodeJS, check out this tutorial on Node.JS