It was the other day I had stumbled across a few sites that were down and I had noticed different HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) status codes being displayed. Well, I know alot of the general ones so I figured I’d do some research to see what other error codes were out there. While researching I came across these very useful sites to help me understand the meaning behind the different status codes.
- Wikipedia – List of HTTP status codes
- Google Help – HTTP status codes
- Check Server Headers Tool – HTTP Status Codes Checker
Here are just a few of the different HTTP status codes you’ll find on the list of sites above.
- 200 OK
- 301 Moved Permanently
- 304 Not Modified
- 400 Bad Request
- 403 Forbidden
- 404 Not Found
- 407 (Proxy authentication required)
- 500 Internal Server Error
- 503 (Service unavailable)
- 505 (HTTP version not supported)
That’s correct… I haven’t posted on here in a few days because I was extremely sick. Now that I’m feeling 95% better the daily creative / gaming posts shall be back up and running shortly (tomorrow). Thanks for reading and be sure to check out the artist who created the photo above.
Above is a great video that shows you step by step instructions on how to add the Facebook “Like” button to you blog or website. Below are a few good articles that i’ve come across that i’ve found pretty helpful when it came adding the one on my blog.
Just the other day I was searching for tutorials on how to create safety / medical icons when I came across a great tutorial on how to make first aid icons. If you visit tutsplus you’ll find an amazing illustrator tutorial titled; Create a Stylized First Aid Icon in Illustrator which shows you step by step instructions on how to create first aid icons like the ones shown above. Be sure to subscribe to the site to get tutorials like this one delivered straight to your inbox.