While we’ve seen most problems before, we are excited to see something new if you think you’ve got one. What’s common? Well, do you have an internal person who was adding new content and broke something? Yeah, we fix those problems pretty much daily. Did an update to the plugins/extensions, platform, or theme go awry? Uh huh. We know. Not getting notifications from your forms. Yeah, we can help with that. Or did you just wake up and something was not working? Whatever it is, we’re here to help.
The 400 is a generic error you get when the server can’t understand the request from the browser, either because it was not sent correctly or because it was corrupted along the way
The 401 error occurs when you try to access a web page that requires a password. There’s no workaround for this one other than obtaining a password through the proper channels.
When you try to load a web page you don’t have permission to access, you’ll get a 403 error. Usually, getting this error means you have entered a URL or clicked a link that goes to a page that has been set up with access permissions.
A 404 error indicates that the server can’t find the page you’re looking for.
For an e-Commerce website, encountering an error on the checkout page can have an immediate impact on the bottom line. Without delay, we’ll test and locate the faulty part in the checkout process to restore your store to operating order.