List of Common HTML Error Codes
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Code - Description - Comment
100 - Continue -
101 - Switching Protocols -
200 - OK - Action completed successfully
201 - Created - Success following a POST command
202 - Accepted - The request has been accepted for processing, but the processing has not been completed.
203 - Partial Information - Response to a GET command, indicates that the returned meta information is from a private overlaid web.
204 - No Content - Server has received the request but there is no information to send back.
205 - Reset Content -
206 - Partial Content - The requested file was partially sent. Usually caused by stopping or refreshing a web page.
300 - Multiple Choices -
301 - Moved Permanently - Requested a directory instead of a specific file. The web server added the filename index.html, index.htm, home.html, or home.htm to the URL.
302 - Moved Temporarily -
303 - See Other -
304 - Not Modified - The cached version of the requested file is the same as the file to be sent.
305 - Use Proxy -
400 - Bad Request - The request had bad syntax or was impossible to be satisified.
401 - Unauthorized - User failed to provide a valid user name / password required for access to file / directory.
402 - Payment Required -
403 - Forbidden - The request does not specify the file name. Or the directory or the file does not have the permission that allows the pages to be viewed from the web.
404 - Not Found - The requested file was not found.
405 - Method Not Allowed -
406 - Not Acceptable -
407 - Proxy Authentication Required -
408 - Request Time-Out -
409 - Conflict -
410 - Gone -
411 - Length Required -
412 - Precondition Failed -
413 - Request Entity Too Large -
414 - Request-URL Too Large -
415 - Unsupported Media Type -
500 - Server Error - In most cases, this error is a result of a problem with the code or program you are calling rather than with the web server itself.
501 - Not Implemented - The server does not support the facility required.
502 - Bad Gateway -
503 - Out of Resources - The server cannot process the request due to a system overload. This should be a temporary condition.
504 - Gateway Time-Out - The service did not respond within the time frame that the gateway was willing to wait.
505 - HTTP Version not supported