The WebConfs.com HTTP / HTTPS header checker is a great way to find out what header a web server returns for a web-page.
If you are taking down a web page or redirecting one to a new URL, it is a good idea to make sure that you have set things up correctly.
Here is a quick guide to the different types of server response:
200 O.K. – This tells the search engines that the web-page is found and that everything is O.K.
301 Moved Permanently – This tells the search engines that the web-page has been moved permanently to a new URL.
302 Object Moved – This tells the search engines that the web-page has been temporarily moved to a different URL.
404 Not Found – This tells the search engines that a web-page does not exist.
To use the header checker, type in the URL that you want to check and click the submit button.
To get started with this tool click here – HTTP / HTTPS header checker
This SEO tool review was first written in 2007 and updated in 2020 by David Eaves, a UK search engine optimisation specialist.