February 12, 2016
We all are familiar with 404 Not Found Error Page as we have seen it many times while surfing the internet. But do you know about other error pages? Do you know what executes in the background, when these error pages arrive on your screen? Let’s discuss this subject in this composition.
Generally, in technical language, these figures are known as HTTP status codes, which conveys important information to the user. Using these codes in an appropriate manner, can lead you to have various advantages which include reduction in bounce rates, better ranking in search engine page results and impressive performance of the website.
4XX HTML Pages
400 – Bad Request Error Page
Whenever a user sends a request to the server and
401 – Authorization Required Error Page
Whenever a user tries to access a password protected web page, then
403 – Forbidden Error Page
The 403 Forbidden Error Page
404 – Not Found Error Page
It is the most common error page, which many of the
There are many SEO professionals who claim that many 404 HTML pages can result in
408 – Request Time-Out Error Page
When a user sends a request to the server, and the server takes too long to process the request, then 408 Request Time-Out Error Page arrives on the screen. The reason can be heavy load either on the web host or on the user’s system.
410 – Gone Error Page
410 HTML page is very similar to the 404, as both of these
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