HTTP Status Code Checker

Check HTTP Status Codes from URLs

HTTP Status Code Checker

Identify the HTTP response status code for any given URL with the help of HTTP Status Code Checker. A status code indicates whether a request sent over the HTTP protocol was successful. There are five distinct classes into which the answers may be placed. In addition, the initial digit specifies the category to which it belongs, even though different classes have different codes. Simply input the URL and hit the "Get Status" button.

What Does The HTTP Status Code Mean?

If an HTTP request succeeds or fails, the server will return a status code to the requesting server. This code provides information on the success or failure of a request, as well as the response code and other relevant data. You can utilise error messages in the form of HTTP status codes to inform users of the reason their request was not fulfilled. The status code "200 OK" is what is given back when a request is completed successfully. When a server successfully reroutes a user to a new URL, it will send back the status code "302 Found."

Here are some common HTTP status codes:

  • 200 OK: If you get this code after submitting a request, you were successful, and the desired resource was returned.
  • 301 Moved Permanently: The resource you have requested has been permanently relocated; therefore, from now on, please make your requests at the new address specified in the status code.
  • 404 Not Found: The server gave back the correct error code when it was unable to locate the given file.
  • 500 Internal Server Error: There was an error processing your request, as shown by the status code.
  • 502 Bad Gateway: Any time a server encounters this status code, another server has returned an invalid response to the request further down the chain.


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