Common HTTP Error (s) – How to fix Common HTTP errors
Everyone should have come across HTTP error in Internet. Yes. It is a common http error message from the web server stating that something went wrong. It can be an error from web server side or your system side also. Mostly, it will happen from web server side only.
According to Google there are 5 top HTTP errors in internet. Those are described below.
1. HTTP error 500 – internal server error
We can easily identify the cause of this error from its description. The Web server (running the Web Site) encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request by the client. It’s a general determination error message for when a web server encounters some internal error. For an instance, the web server could be overloaded and hence unable to handle requests appropriately.
2. HTTP error 404 – not found
HTTP error 404 happens when you try to access a resource on a web server (typically a web page) that doesn’t exist. The specified directory or file does not exist on the Web server. The cause can be a broken link, a mistyped URL, or that the webmaster has moved the requested page to somewhere else or might have been deleted.
3. HTTP error 403 – forbidden
You don’t have permission to access [directory] on this server.
4. HTTP error 400 – bad request
This is basically an error message from the web server stating you that the application which you are using (web browser) accessed it incorrectly. The request could not be understood by the server due to malformed syntax.
5. HTTP Error 401 – Unauthorized
It means the page you were trying to access cannot be loaded until you first log on with a valid user ID and password. If you have just logged on and received the 401 unauthorized error, it means that the credentials you entered were invalid for some reason.