19 May '16, 8pm

via @sewatch

via @sewatch

Server response codes may appear to be errors at first glance; they’re most obvious when what the user wants to happen, doesn’t. On deeper inspection, these informational codes exist for every properly functioning online interaction. Server response codes, also called status codes, are feedback that your website is built correctly and web server functioning as intended.

Full article: https://searchenginewatch.com/2016/05/19/beginners-guide-...

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