What are the various types of Web Page Errors?

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    What are the various types of Web Page Errors?

    Can any please explain to me the different types of web page errors available? I know a few of them, but you guys can help me to know in-depth.

    #2
    Originally posted by Emma Peterson View Post
    Can any please explain to me the different types of web page errors available? I know a few of them, but you guys can help me to know in-depth.
    Hello,

    As a website owner, it is necessary to know the general website errors. Not only will this provide you the important information about the performance of your site, but it can also advise you to decrease your bounce rate and increase your search engine rankings!

    Here I have listed some of the most common website errors:
    • 500 Internal Server Error
    • 401 Unauthorised
    • 400 Bad Request
    • 403 Forbidden
    • 404 Not Found
    • 501 Not Implemented
    • 502 Service Temporarily Overloaded
    • 503 Service Unavailable
    • Connection Refused by Host
    • File Contains No Data
    • Cannot Add Form Submission Result to Bookmark List
    • Helper Application Not Found
    • TCP Error Encountered While Sending Request to Server
    • Failed DNS Look-Up
    • 408 – Request Time-Out

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      #3
      Hey,

      Sometimes when you attempt to visit a web page, you’re faced with an HTTP error message. It’s a message from the webserver that something worked wrong. In some cases, it could be a mistake you did, but often, it’s the site’s error. Each kind of error has an HTTP error code assigned to it. For example, if you try to reach a non-existing page on a website, you will face the 404 error message.

      Here I have listed some of the top 5 HTTP errors, according to Google:
      • HTTP Error 401 (Unauthorized)
      • HTTP Error 400 (Bad Request)
      • HTTP Error 404 (Not Found)
      • HTTP Error 403 (Forbidden)
      • HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error)

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        #4
        Originally posted by Hallie Russell View Post
        Hey,

        Sometimes when you attempt to visit a web page, you’re faced with an HTTP error message. It’s a message from the webserver that something worked wrong. In some cases, it could be a mistake you did, but often, it’s the site’s error. Each kind of error has an HTTP error code assigned to it. For example, if you try to reach a non-existing page on a website, you will face the 404 error message.

        Here I have listed some of the top 5 HTTP errors, according to Google:
        • HTTP Error 401 (Unauthorized)
        • HTTP Error 400 (Bad Request)
        • HTTP Error 404 (Not Found)
        • HTTP Error 403 (Forbidden)
        • HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error)
        Hey Hallie, you have also mentioned right HTTP errors that every webmaster must know.

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          #5
          Thank you, Robyn, for appreciating my knowledge.

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            #6
            Thank you, friends, for sharing such a piece of good information about HTTP errors.

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