These website errors are usually easy to fix.
As with any errors, start by checking the URL, check the web address at the top of your browser for spelling errors. It happens to the best of us. If that’s all good, continue on to the specific error.
- 400 Bad Request
- 401 Unauthorized
- 403 Forbidden
This error generally occurs when you try to access a url that requires a permission such as a password protected directory.
- 404 Not Found
- 500 Internal Server Error, HTTP 500
Internal Server Errors occur on your hosting platforms servers.
In WordPress sites this often can be fixed by resaving the permalinks.
- 502 Bad Gateway, Error 502, HTTP 502, 502 Proxy Error
Don’t worry, gateway errors probably has nothing to do with your website or hosting server and should pass momentarily. Refresh a few times, clear your cache, try another browser on another device.
- 503 Service Unavailable
- 504 Gateway Timeout