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Status 200 Pages

Status or Response Code 200 URLs - Raptor SEO Data

Status 200 pages are URLs that return a response / status code of ‘200’, which means that they are accessible to users and robots.

What Ate Status Codes?

Status codes (HTML status / response codes) are provided by web servers on the net. They help determine if there is an error or load properly.

 

 

An Analogy

A 200-status code means that a resource is accessible. To use an analogy if you have a phone and its turned on and connected the network then if someone wants to call you it is accessible. However, the person might not answer, or you might just reach a voicemail.

 

The same is true for URLs, the resource maybe accessible but it might not be indexable or canonical.

 

Why Is This Important?

With the exception of content hidden behind a login or redirected, you will want all you URLs to return a 200-status code.

 

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