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Non-Status 200 Pages

Non-Status-200 URLs - Raptor SEO Data

Non-status 200 pages are URLs that return a response / status code that is not ‘200’, which means that they are inaccessible to both users and robots. The reason for this inaccessibility may vary from the page redirecting to a server error.

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There are many status codes that are not ‘200’ but because most mean the page is not accessible for some reason, we split these out into two sections ‘200’ & ‘non-status-200’. As part of our crawl pro9cess we log every response code returned by every URL we crawl, you can see this in the reporting section and download this into various formats.

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The list below summarises the non-status 200 response codes.

2xx Success

2XX response codes are various forms of accessible content.
200 : OK (Accessible URL)
201: Created
202: Accepted
203: Non-Authoritative Information
204: No Content
205: Reset Content
206: Partial Content
207: Multi-Status (WebDAV)
208: Already Reported (WebDAV)
226: IM Used

 

3xx Redirection

3XX response codes are types of redirection.
300: Multiple Choices
301: Moved Permanently
302: Temporarily moved
303: See Other
304: Not Modified
305: Use Proxy
306: (Unused)
307: Temporary Redirect
308: Permanent Redirect (experimental)

 

4xx Client Error

4XX response codes are inaccessible pages and are an error.
400: Bad Request
401: Unauthorized
402: Payment Required
403: Forbidden
404: Not Found
405: Method Not Allowed
406: Not Acceptable
407: Proxy Authentication Required
408: Request Timeout
409: Conflict
410: Gone
411: Length Required
412: Precondition Failed
413: Request Entity Too Large
414: Request-URI Too Long
415: Unsupported Media Type
416: Requested Range Not Satisfiable
417: Expectation Failed
418: I'm a teapot (RFC 2324)
420: Enhance Your Calm (Twitter)
422: Un-processable Entity (WebDAV)
423: Locked (WebDAV)
424: Failed Dependency (WebDAV)
425: Reserved for WebDAV
426: Upgrade Required
428: Precondition Required
429: Too Many Requests
431: Request Header Fields Too Large
444: No Response (Nginx)
449: Retry With (Microsoft)
450: Blocked by Windows Parental Controls (Microsoft)
451: Unavailable for Legal Reasons
499: Client Closed Request (Nginx)

 

5xx Server Error

5XX response codes are server errors and are inaccessible pages.
500: Internal Server Error
501: Not Implemented
502: Bad Gateway
503: Service Unavailable
504: Gateway Timeout
505: HTTP Version Not Supported
506: Variant Also Negotiates (Experimental)
507: Insufficient Storage (WebDAV)
508: Loop Detected (WebDAV)
509: Bandwidth Limit Exceeded (Apache)
510: Not Extended
511: Network Authentication Required
598: Network read timeout error
599: Network connect timeout error