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410 Gone Error - What Does It Mean and How to Fix It

What does a 410 Gone error mean? A 410 Gone error occurs when a user tries to access an asset which no longer exists on the requested server. In order for a request to return a 410 Gone status, the resource must also have no forwarding address and be…

Fixing 413 Request Entity Too Large Errors

What does 413 Request Entity Too Large mean? A 413 Request Entity Too Large error occurs when a request made from a client is too large to be processed by the web server. If your web server is setting a particular HTTP request size limit, clients may…

415 Unsupported Media Type

What does 415 Unsupported Media Type mean? A 415 Unsupported Media Type error occurs when the origin server refuses a particular request since the resource is in a format that is not supported by the server for the HTTP method used. This unsupported…

422 Unprocessable Entity Explained

What is 422 Unprocessable Entity? A 422 status code occurs when a request is well-formed, however, due to semantic errors it is unable to be processed. This HTTP status was introduced in RFC 4918 and is more specifically geared toward HTTP extensions…

429 Too Many Requests

What does a 429 Too Many Requests error mean? A 429 Too Many Requests error occurs when a user tries to perform too many requests within a certain timeframe. This error is triggered based on the particular rate limiting settings that a service…

How to Solve 502 Bad Gateway Issues?

What does 502 Bad Gateway mean? A 502 Bad Gateway indicates that the edge server (server acting as a proxy) was not able to get a valid or any response from the origin server (also called upstream server). This can occur for a few reasons, which…

Diagnosing and Fixing a 503 HTTP Error

The first step to having a successful website is making sure that it works. Server errors leave a bad taste in visitors' mouths, which could cause them to turn away and never return. Websites with frequent errors are sometimes punished by search…

HTTP Status Code 504 Gateway Timeout

What is the meaning of a 504 Gateway Timeout error? A 504 Gateway Timeout indicates that the proxy/edge server did not get a response from the upstream/origin server in a given time window. KeyCDN does not respond with a 504 error but sends a 500…

How to Fix an ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS Error

Thanks to user-friendly content management systems and page builders, creating your own website today can be done rather easily and with little to no web development experience. However, if you're not well-versed in all of the technical aspects of…

How to Fix an SSL Error

The entire web is quickly moving towards securing all websites in order to offer a safer and faster online experience. In fact, delivering your website over HTTPS can even help improve your SEO as Google sees it as a ranking signal. However, during…

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