Web Server Error Messages
Ever encounter an error on your way to a Web site? Of course you have. Don't worry; you'll be glad to know most of them have nothing to do with your PC. It's usually the other guy's fault -- the Web server, that is. Here are some of the more common errors you'll see while surfing the Internet.
Errors on the Internet, and those annoying error messages, occur quite frequently — and can be quite frustrating — especially if you do not know the difference between a 404 error and a 502 error. Many times they have more to do with the Web servers you're trying to access rather than something being wrong with your computer. Here is a list of error messages (also called HTTP status codes) that you might encounter while surfing the Web and their respective meanings to help you figure out just what the problem is.
List of HTTP Response Codes:
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