Status Code HTTP - Error 404 301 302 What is it?

    Surely web ace encounter problems such as 404, 301, ... These are common notices in the web. So what is 404? What do the 404, 301, .. codes mean?

    Status code

    • For developers it is important to understand the meaning of HTTP status codes when developing web applications that act as service APIs. Returning the status code correctly makes it possible for the client to determine exactly what subsequent processing steps to follow.
    • For SEOers , mastering the meaning of http status codes will help analyze / audit website status. Handling cases encountered in the process of SEO optimization ...

    What Is HTTP Status Code

    HTTP Status Code is a 3-digit code sent back to the client from the server used to describe the status of the server process that processes a given request from the client to the server under the HTTP protocol.
    Note that the only effect of HTTP status code is to provide information about the status of the server's request processing.

    Meaning Of Common HTTP Status Codes

    HTTP status codes have 3 digits and are classified into 5 main categories based on the first digit:
    • 1xx: Status codes of this type are used to simply notify the client that the server has received the request. 1xx status codes are rarely used and not even defined in HTTP version 1.0.
    • 2xx: Status codes of this type mean that requests are received, understood and processed by the server successfully.
    • 3xx: Status code of this type means that the server will forward the current request to another request and the client needs to make the next request to be able to complete. Normally when the browser receives a status code of this type, it will automatically send the next request to get the result.
    • 4xx: Status codes of this type mean that there was an error on the client's side while sending the request. For example, the wrong URL, the wrong HTTP method, no access to the page ...
    • 5xx: These status codes mean that the server has an error on the server side while processing the request. For example, the databse is dead or the server is out of memory ...

    Common Code Status

    In this section, we will discuss the status code or use when building web services (or using API).

    2xx: Success

    Of the 2xx HTTP status codes,  200  OK is the most commonly used status code. Requests successfully processed by the server typically use a status of 200.

    3xx: Forward

    Of the 3xx HTTP status codes,  301  Moved Permanently,  302  Found and  307  Temporary Redirect are often used. While 302 and 307 are used for requests where transitions are meant to be temporary, 301 is used for requests where the forwarding is fixed. The difference is that with requests that return 301, the client should not send this request in the next sessions, but should use a new request (or a forwarded request).
    Whereas with requests that return 302 and 307, the client should still use this request instead of the new request (the request is forwarded) because the transfer is only temporary.

    4xx: Client Error

    Of the 4xx HTTP status codes,  400  Bad Request,  401  Unauthorized,  403  Forbidden and  404  Not Found are status codes that are commonly used. Inside:
    • 400  means that the server has received the request but the client has sent an error request. Some of the errors can be mentioned as syntax errors such as uploading the file in the wrong format or too large, or missing necessary data ...
    • 401  means that the server has received the request but the client does not have access to view or edit or delete the request. The request returned status code  401  will change if the client made login.
    • 403  means that the server has received the request but refuses to process the request. A common case that the status code  403  returns is that for requests that want to retrieve a list of files in a directory on the server, for example, the request to 
    • 404  means that the server has received the request but cannot find any content returned with the received URL.

    5xx: Server Error

    Among HTTP status codes of the 5xx category,  500  Internal Server Error is a commonly used status code. The status code  500  is a status with a general meaning that the server encountered an error while processing the request without giving a specific reason.
    • If you meet core 500 much need to seriously check the status of the server! Avoid affecting business. You can refer to Good Host Selection to avoid the 5XX error
    Details List of HTTP status code according to wikipedia

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