Check your server to make sure the proper HTTP Status Codes (200, 301, 302, 304, 307, 404, 410) are being returned in the server headers.


HTTP Status Codes Checker

HTTP status codes aren't a big deal when everything's working correctly. Users hate and fear messages like "404 Not Found" and "500 Internal Server Error," however.

This tool couldn't be much easier to use. Just paste in an address (URL/Link), then click on the "Check Headers" button. The tool will return Server Headers.


           

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