Please keep in mind that websites, even though they are more formal in nature, usually do not operate reliably. That is why they sometimes work out fine but sometimes not. Several other kinds of errors happen, which are much more commonly heard by users in our cases. The most frequent of those error messages are the 404 error code and 502 Server error code. In a nutshell, a 404 error means that a page cannot be found. This type of error message indicates that you are out of luck when it comes to your site and it’s just gone. On the other hand, the 502 error code indicates that a server error occurred. This type of massage is, in fact, quite useful to us in a business sense.


For instance, if you are hosting your website with GoDaddy, that company will give you a 404 error code in situations when your server just simply cannot keep the information. Why is that important? First of all, GoDaddy is one of the biggest website hosting companies in the world. The next time you make a change to your site, you should check your website to see if everything is alright. If you can’t find the page, you should be careful and check your server and other parts of your network. Another service that you will often run into problems with when you make changes to your website is database problems. Those two errors often overlap.

Another thing you need to keep in mind is that if you are on WordPress or a similar website that is database-driven, you must keep certain pieces of information, which indicate how your website works, written somewhere within your pages. That way, when your website restarts, you will be able to find the information that you need. It is actually a good idea to keep them separate in two places.

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