“Error 404 or Not Found (not found) —the standard HTTP response code indicating that the client was able to communicate with the server, but the server cannot find data as requested” —the definition from Wikipedia.
404 error – the most common on the Internet. And what do these painfully familiar numbers mean to everyone? The first number 4 indicates an error from the client, for example, a bad connection or an incorrectly entered address in the search bar. The other two numbers denote a specific category of errors, which includes statuses such as Conflict, Precondition Failed, Bad Request, and other fourth-class statuses. The occurrence of this error has several reasons: Continue reading