Show All HTTP Error Status Codes

An error page informs a visitor when there is a problem accessing your site. Each type of problem has its own code. For example, a visitor who enters a nonexistent URL will see a 404 error, while an unauthorized user trying to access a restricted area of your site will see a 401 error.

400(Bad request)
401(Authorization required)
402(Payment required)
403(Forbidden)
404(Not found)
405(Method not allowed)

406(Not acceptable)
407(Proxy authentication required)
408(Request timeout)
409(Conflict)
410(Gone)
411(Length required)
412(Precondition failed)
413(Request entity too large)
414(Request URI too large)
415(Unsupported media type)
416(Request range not satisfiable)
417(Expectation failed)
422(Unprocessable entity)
423(Locked)
424(Failed dependency)
500(Internal server error)
501(Not Implemented)
502(Bad gateway)
503(Service unavailable)
504(Gateway timeout)
505(HTTP version not supported)
506(Variant also negotiates)
507(Insufficient storage)
510(Not extended)

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