Category Archives: 300 HTTP Server Status Codes

307 Temporary Redirect

307 temporary redirect server error code applies to a resource that has been requested under another URL than the source. A case like this for redirection can be changed on occasion, then a requesting client is recommended to continue to use a Request-URL in the future actions of request. A response is only saved by … Continue reading

304 Not Modified

304 not modified http server error code status messages are received when a requesting user has executed a condition specific request in the GET form. When this access is permitted and the original text hasn’t been altered, then the server usually responds back with the 304 not modified. This status code can not include the … Continue reading

302 Found Server Code

302 found http server code is a resource requested underneath a temporary URL since a redirect may need to be altered in certain situations. A client is recommended to continue a Request URL for any future requests and a response of this nature is only cached when indicated by the Expired field header or a … Continue reading

301 Moved Permanently

301 moved permanently is a resource that has been requested and assigned a permanent and fresh URL. Future inquires to this newly made source is best to use a returned URL. Any users that have the ability to alter links should help in this process by editing the link and attaching the proper Request-URL to … Continue reading