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HTTP Status Codes quiz

HTTP status codes are a critical part of Search Engine Optimization. Show how well you know and understand HTTP status codes with this unique quiz.

Http response codes represent how a server can respond to a browser request.  Using the list of HTTP status codes from wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_status_codes) we have created this quiz to test your knowledge of HTTP status codes.  

The quiz will asses both your familiarty with various Http status codes as well as test when certain status codes should be used over others.  Prove how well you know and understand Http status codes with this quiz.


The 2xx Success class of status codes only has 1 status code in it. A 200 OK status code.

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Question List

  • Which of the following is not one of the 5 top level classes represented by the first digit in a http response status code?
  • Which of the following top level status code classes has the highest number of child error codes within it?
  • Which of the following error codes is not part of the 2xx Success class?
  • Status code 301 stands for which human readable code?
  • Which status code represents a server state of being temporarily unavailable, such as down for maintenance or overloaded?
  • You should use a status code 401 when a user requests a page without proper authorization.
  • The 2xx Success class of status codes only has 1 status code in it. A 200 OK status code.
  • Which of the following best describes the 408 Request Timeout status code?
  • Which of the following status codes would most likely be produced by a server acting as a proxy and receiving a malformed response from an upstream server?
  • According to IETF internet standards, which of the following is not a real and accepted Client Error status code?


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