|400 Bad File Request
means the syntax used in the URL is incorrect (e.g., uppercase letter
should be lowercase letter; wrong punctuation marks).
is looking for some encryption key from the client and is not getting
it. Also, wrong password may have been entered. Try it again, paying
close attention to case sensitivity.
|403 Forbidden/Access Denied
to 401; special permission needed to access the site -- a password
and/or username if it is a registration issue. Other times you may not
have the proper permissions set up on the server or the site's
administrator just doesn't want you to be able to access the site.
|404 File Not Found
cannot find the file you requested. File has either been moved or
deleted, or you entered the wrong URL or document name. Look at the
URL. If a word looks misspelled, then correct it and try it again. If
that doesn't work backtrack by deleting information between each
backslash, until you come to a page on that site that isn't a 404. From
there you may be able to find the page you're looking for.
|408 Request Timeout
stopped the request before the server finished retrieving it. A user
will either hit the stop button, close the browser, or click on a link
before the page loads. Usually occurs when servers are slow or file
sizes are large.
|500 Internal Error
||Couldn't retrieve the HTML document because of
server-configuration problems. Contact site administrator.
|501 Not Implemented
||Web server doesn't support a requested feature.
|502 Service Temporarily Overloaded
||Server congestion; too many connections; high traffic. Keep
trying until the page loads.
|503 Service Unavailable
||Server busy, site may have moved ,or you lost your dial-up
|Connection Refused by Host
||Either you do not have permission to access the site or your
password is incorrect.
|File Contains No Data
is there but is not showing anything. Error occurs in the document.
Attributed to bad table formatting, or stripped header information.
|Bad File Request
||Browser may not support the form or other coding you're
trying to access.
|Failed DNS Lookup
Domain Name Server can't translate your domain request into a valid
Internet address. Server may be busy or down, or incorrect URL was
||Host server down. Hit reload or go to the site later.
|Unable to Locate Host
||Host server is down, Internet connection is lost, or URL
|Network Connection Refused by the Server
||The Web server is busy.