HTTP Status Code Checker

Easily check http status code for free.

Check your site's HTTP Status Code with TinyTool HTTP Status Code Checker, It's an online tool that can check your site's HTTP status for free. This tool provides a quick and efficient way to check the response codes that a website sends to a browser. It allows users to input URLs and receive instant feedback on the HTTP status codes associated with them.

Whether it's a 200 indicating a successful response, a 404 for a page not found, or any other code, this tool ensures that webmasters and developers can easily identify and address any issues affecting their site's accessibility. With its intuitive interface and swift results, the HTTP Status Code Checker is an indispensable tool for anyone looking to ensure a smooth and error-free browsing experience for their audience. Say goodbye to the hassle of manual code checking and hello to the convenience of this invaluable online tool.


How to check the HTTP status code?

All you have to do just enter the site's URL in the URL box, and then hit Check That's it. Then the tool will analyze and tell you the site's status code.



Here are some of the common HTTP status codes:



200 OK: Indicates that the request was successful.
201 Created: This shows that the request has been fulfilled and a new resource has been created.
204 No Content: Confirms that the request was successful, but there is no content to send in the response.
400 Bad Request: Indicates that the server cannot understand the request due to a client error.
401 Unauthorized: Requires authentication to access the requested resource.
403 Forbidden: Indicates that the server understands the request, but the client does not have the necessary permissions.
404 Not Found: Indicates that the server cannot find the requested resource.
500 Internal Server Error: A generic error message indicating an unexpected problem with the server.
502 Bad Gateway: Indicates that the server, while acting as a gateway or proxy, received an invalid response from an upstream server.
503 Service Unavailable: Indicates that the server is not ready to handle the request. Commonly used during server maintenance or when it is overloaded.