Server Status Checker

Enter up to 100 URLs (Each URL must be on separate line)

Server Status Checker is an online tool to check the status of your website, whether the requested website is online or offline. Whenever someone opens a site through a web browser, status codes feedback to the browser and tells the browser the status of your website. If something is wrong with your website, the browser will display a message like this "404 Page Not Found" and if it is ok then you will see the information on the screen.

There are numerous HTTP status codes that are expected when you check the website with this tool, so as your users. As an SEO expert or webmaster, you should always check your website status because once there will be a problem with your website, you can lose your visitors.

Why Use the Server Status Monitoring Tool?

The server Monitoring tool is very important for you if you are a webmaster or an SEO professional. It helps to maintain your website for your users so they can find the right information they are looking for. If your website goes offline frequently, you will definitely experience the lose in the form of money or fame. In order to keep online your site, you must check your website server status in many intervals each day and once in the week. This tool will also tell you about the response time of your site along with HTTP code.

Different Server Status Codes Meaning:

Each HTTP status code that you may experience as a webmaster has different meanings. Below is the detail of each HTTP status code:

  • 200: It means that your requested website is good, the server is online and the content of the website is returned back to the browser.

  • 301: It is an HTTP status code "Permanently Moved". It indicates that your website address is moved to another domain and the user will be redirected to a new domain.

  • 302: "302 Found" means that the requested URL is temporarily moved to another domain and next time you can use this URL because it is temporary.

  • 307: "307 Temporary Redirect" is the same as 302 which means the requested URL is temporarily moved but the main difference is that the 302 is unpredictable and may not work for some users but 307 will work always.

  • 400: "400 Bad Request" means the server cannot process the request due to client error.

  • 401: "401 Unauthorized" means that the requested URL can not be processed due to a lack of authentication credentials.

  • 403: "403 Forbidden". It is a client error status code which means that the server will not complete the request but it will refuse to authorize the request. It is similar to the 401 but in this case, the access is permanently forbidden due to insufficient rights.

  • 404: "404 Not Found" means that the server unable to process the request due to broken or dead links.

  • 410: "410 Gone" indicates that the requested URL has no longer available and is permanent.

  • 500: "500 Internal Server Error" means that something is wrong with the server. It happened due to server configuration problems and really frustrated for webmasters.

From the above status codes, you can identify problems with your website easily. Some of these status codes are forcibly imposed by webmasters for reasons but some are due to unexpected errors in your website.

How are Errors and HTTP Codes affecting SEO?

Search Engine Bots reads the HTTP status codes while crawling and indexing the websites and works accordingly. Status codes from 100 - 200 indicate that all is good and everything on your website is working fine. But 400 and 500 codes are dangerous from an SEO perspective because these codes prevent search engine bots to crawl and index websites or webpage. As the result, your website ranking could be dropped instantly.

How to Use Server Status Checker?

In order to use this tool, just follow the steps below:

  • Visit the tool by clicking on Server Status Checker or navigate through SeoToolsCloud's website and find the tool by its name.

  • Enter the single URL or more than 1, up to 100 URLs at a time.

  • Hit enter or click on the "Submit" button.

  • Wait for a few seconds and you will get the result.

You will get the HTTP Code Name, Respons Time, and Status (online or offline)

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