Today, we are going to talk about some HTTP errors on Browser which you may have faced many times while browsing. The errors make us mentally exhausted even more when we don’t understand what exactly the browser is trying to convey. Here are the common HTTP Errors with their meanings so that next time you will not feel lost.
HTTP ERROR 504 (GATEWAY TIMEOUT)
HTTP ERROR 504 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you Gateway Time Our Error while accessing a webpage. The Error is caused when a server is not able to receive the response from another server on time while trying to load the web page.
HTTP ERROR 503 (SERVICE TEMPORARY UNAVAILABLE)
HTTP ERROR 503 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you Service Temporary Unavailable while accessing a webpage. The error occurs most of the time when the server was too busy to complete the request or there is some maintenance which is going on the requested webpage.
HTTP ERROR 502 (BAD GATEWAY)
HTTP ERROR 502 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you BAD Gateway Error while accessing a webpage. The Error is caused when one server receives an invalid response from another server.
HTTP ERROR 500 (INTERNAL SERVER ERROR)
HTTP ERROR 500 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you INTERNAL SERVER ERROR while accessing a webpage. But the error can’t display the exact problem with the webpage; it could just tell that there is something wrong with the internal server of the website.
HTTP ERROR 410 (GONE)
HTTP ERROR 410 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you GONE Error while accessing a webpage. When we talk In Google’s terms, “the server returns this response when the requested resource has been permanently removed. It is somewhat similar to 404 Error.
HTTP ERROR 408 (REQUEST TIMEOUT)
HTTP ERROR 408 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you REQUEST TIMEOUT ERROR while accessing a webpage. The error is caused the request to load the webpage is done by you but the website’s server took longer time than it was prepared to wait. In simple language, it can also be said that your connection with the website “timed out”.
HTTP ERROR 404 (NOT FOUND)
HTTP ERROR 404 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you PAGE NOT FOUND ERROR while accessing a webpage. This is error simply shows that the page which you are trying to browse is currently not available or has been permanently removed. And in Wiki Language, “in computer network communications, to indicate that the client was able to communicate with a given server, but the server could not find what was requested.”
HTTP ERROR 403 (FORBIDDEN)
HTTP ERROR 403 is an HTTP Status Code which shows you FORBIDDEN ERROR while accessing a webpage.
According to Wikipedia, “HTTP 403 is a standard HTTP status code communicated to clients by an HTTP server to indicate that the server understood the request, but will not fulfill it. There are a number of sub-status error codes that provide a more specific reason for responding with the 403 status code.”
100 – Continue
101 – Switching Protocols
200 – Ok
201 – Created
202 – Accepted
203 – Partial Information
204 – No content
205 – Reset Content
206 – Partial Content
300 – Multiple Choices
301 – Moved Permanently
302 – Moved Temporarily
303 – See other
304 – Not modified
305 – Use proxy
402 – Payment Required
405 – Method not allowed
406 – Not acceptable
413 – Request entity too large
414 – Request URL too large
415 – Unsupported Media type
505 – HTTP version not supported
Hope, these errors next time will not make you feel lost and you will get to know what exactly your browser is trying to say.