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Learn why you see HTTP status codes—code numbers like 404, 500, etc.—in your browser window instead of a normal web page.
The complete list of the most common HTTP status code errors (4xx client and 5xx server HTTP status codes) and how to fix them.
HTTPS and HTTP are what make it possible for you to view the web. Here's what HTTPS and HTTP stand for and how they're different.
A complete list of HTTP status lines, the HTTP status code plus the HTTP reason phrase, in table format.
The internet works through HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), the standard technology for how web browsers and web servers communicate over networks.
HTTP errors on the web can be confusing. Error 501 doesn't pop up too often, but when you do see it, it's best to know what it means and what to do.
Port 443 directs the right kind of network traffic to the right place. It's one of the most important network ports you use every day on your computer.
Learn about the 500 Internal Server Error (aka HTTP 500 error), a generic error suggesting a problem with the website's server.
A complete list of system error codes, from code 1 through 15841. Here, too, are meanings for each system error code, plus other ways they may appear.
The 404 Not Found error, also called Error 404 or an HTTP 404 error, means that the web page you were trying to load wasn't found. Here's what to do.
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