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HTTP Error Codes

The two main (and common) http error status codes, or error codes, we’ll look at here are 400 and 500.   500 internal service error A 500 error often will say something similar to this:   Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please…

404 Error Page not Found

What causes a 404 error page not found? The most common cause for a 404 error is the page has been taken down or moved to a new URL – it’s simply a dead link. But there are other circumstances that could lead to 404 errors, as well. The URL of the link you’re trying…

503 Service Temporarily Unavailable Error

What is a 503 service unavailable error? This error is normally only temporary and will fix itself. It means exactly what it says in that it simply isn’t available. Have you checked to make sure none of your scripts, software, plugins, etc… have went kaput? Has the traffic to your site suddenly spiked? It’s likely…

PHP Memory Errors

What causes PHP memory errors? Allowed memory size errors commonly occur with sites built with open source CMS systems like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Moodle. PHP isn’t allowing enough memory to run or load what’s being requested.   How do I fix PHP memory errors The easiest and quickest way to fix this is to…

HTTP Error 403 – Forbidden

How do I fix a HTTP error 403 – forbidden? To fix an HTTP error 403, you should first look at the URL and make sure it’s a proper URL directing you to a specific page. If it’s trying to direct you to a directory or folder within the site then you’ll usually get this…

500 Internal Server Error

The Problem: 500 Internal Server Error Help This error normally will look something like this:   Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator, webmaster@example.com and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done…

Common Reasons a Website is not Loading

Why can’t I load my website? There are many reasons a site might not load, from problems with the server, something misconfigured, corrupt files, problems with a database or something as simple as needing to clear your browser’s cache and cookies.   Problems with the DNS Make sure that you have the nameservers and DNS…

I’m Unable to Ping my Website/Server

The reason you’re unable to ping your website or server is because the server as a whole is either unavailable to the internet, or, offline entirely.  To double check if your server is offline try one of these free services:   Geopeeker Isitup intoDNS   If any of these sites verify that your website is…

I’m Unable to Load my Website, Connection Times Out

Why does my site say connection times out? A connection timed out error normally happens when a server takes longer to load than what your browser is set to allow. However, it can also occur due to hardware errors, data request errors, or if the server being requested doesn’t exist or if it hits a…

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