Every single person on the internet has run into some HTTP error codes at some point. Whether that’s a 404 not found, a 403 forbidden, or a more obscure 504 or 508, these things pop up occasionally for everyone. And everyone needs to know how to deal with them. Some are fixable on the user’s end. While others are server-side or even hosting company-only. Regardless, we want to give you the ultimate rundown on HTTP error codes and what you can do to keep them from ruining your website, business, or even just your day.
Codes 301 and 302