HTTP Response Codes

URI’s vs URL’s: What’s the difference?

Uniform Resource Identifier vs.Uniform Resource Locator What are they, simply? Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI’s) and Uniform Resource Locators (URL’s) are means by which websites and networks produce data found on servers. These terms are coined by the RFC (Request for Comments), which is very, very unclear about their particular uses. Tl;dr the sum is that …

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HTTP Response Codes

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the language of website-to-website/server communication, and as such has created a series of “responses” that websites can issue servers or other websites. These commands are referred to as response codes that can indicate success, information, failures, or redirects. Search Engines gather response code information through their crawlers to create index …

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