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When a request is made to your server or when a user accesses your page in a browser, your website's server returns an HTTP status code in response to the request which provides information on the website and the page that you requested.
Here at SEO Tool Station, you can use this free tool to inspect the HTTP headers that the web server returns when requesting a URL:
Enter the complete site URL and click the "Submit" button. Within a second, you will get a complete HTTP Headers information in a proper chart form.
Common HTTP Status Codes
As some of us don't know about the HTTP Status codes and their purpose, so we have decided to explain the most common ones briefly.
200 OK: If you see this status code then it means everything is running fine. Your browser found the URL and the server returned a good content page.
403 Forbidden: This status can have adverse effects on your site's SEO, and it needs to be fixed immediately. 403 Forbidden means the server is refusing the request, and it is blocking access to Google bots.
301 Moved Permanently: This HTTP status code is used for permanent URL redirection, meaning current links using the URL that the response is received for should be updated. The new URL must be provided in location field included with the response.
404 Not Found: It means that the page or website is not found on the server. It happens when a webmaster has deleted the page.
503 The Server Is Temporary Unavailable: This HTTP status code tells that something is wrong with your host or server.
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