Server Status Checker

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

About Server Status Checker

Are you tired of encountering website errors without knowing why? Our HTTP Server Status Codes Testing Tool is here to rescue you! Every time your browser requests a website, it returns status codes. Ever seen a message like "Something isn’t right" with an error code like 404? That’s where we step in!

Why Check Server Status?

As a webmaster or SEO, keeping tabs on your website's server status is crucial. Our Server Status Checker, available for free on, lets you test single or bulk URLs.

Understanding HTTP Status Codes

  • 200 - OK: Your server successfully returned content for the requested URL.
  • 301 - Moved Permanently: The URL has been permanently moved to a new location.
  • 302 - Found: Temporary redirection. Use the URL again.
  • 307 - Temporary Redirect: Similar to 302.
  • 400 - Bad Request: Server didn't understand your request.
  • 401 - Unauthorized: Access denied without proper authorization.
  • 403 - Forbidden: Server refuses to show content, regardless of authentication.
  • 404 - Not Found: The requested file isn't found. Common yet frustrating.
  • 410 - Gone: Similar to 404 but indicates the URL did exist once.
  • 500 - Internal Server Error: Indicates a problem with the server.

Using the Tool

Simply paste up to 100 URLs into the test tool and hit 'Check Now'. Each URL's HTTP status code will be displayed separately.

Why Monitor Server Status?

Regularly monitoring server status helps detect and prevent issues before they escalate. It also provides advance warning for necessary updates, enhances security, and ensures smooth website operations.

When to Use the Server Status Checker

Whether you own and manage websites or face issues connecting to your favorite sites, this tool is invaluable. Understanding HTTP status codes is crucial for webmasters and developers to address website errors promptly.

HTTP Status Codes and SEO

Search engines use HTTP status codes to determine website indexation. Codes in the 100-200 range signal a healthy site, while 400 and 500 series codes can hinder crawling and indexing, potentially affecting your site's ranking.

With our Server Status Checker Tool, stay on top of your website's health and ensure a seamless browsing experience for your users.