Your web browser called the client begins the exchange by submitting a request to the web server for code, images, and other information.

A specific brand ranked well in search results and I immediately found pages of product links from their site that fit what I wanted.

Some developers erroneously chain 302 and 301 redirects together, increasing a page s load time with every redirect.

403 – Forbidden

A 403 response is the server saying, I understand your request but I won t give you the information.

The 404 tells search engine crawlers that they ve found a dead end and should look to another location—important when a crawler has limited resources to spend on a website.

If you see multiple 404 results from external links that can t be updated, consider a 410 response instead.

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