This article features error number Code 303, commonly known as See Other described as "This error message is a ""see other"" SRC. The data is somewhere else and the GET method is used to retrieve it."
Error name: See Other Error number: Error 303 Applies to: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP Description: "This error message is a ""see other"" SRC. The data is somewhere else and the GET method is used to retrieve it." Recommended: Click here to fix Windows errors and optimize system performance
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About Status Codes
When you receive web error codes, you may either be having client or server issues. The problem could be related to browser or settings that are blocking your connection, or it can be any other issues related to the server you are trying to access.
To explain the problem further, here are some useful information about web error codes, their symptoms, causes and repair methods.
Here we list some definitions for the words contained in your error, in an attempt to help you understand your problem. This is a work in progress, so sometimes we might define the word incorrectly, so feel free to skip this section!
- Src - SRC is a common attribute in HTML used to identify the location of a resource which relates to an element.
- Method - A method often called function, routine or procedure is code that performs a task and is associated with a class or an object.
Symptoms of Code 303 - See Other
Web error codes are also known as http status codes. There are five different classes of http status codes and they always start with the following digits, depending on what kind of error was encountered by the user. These are also the symptoms of the error that the user is experiencing. To explain further, here are the status codes.
This status code is sent back to the client if the user must take additional actions to complete the request. The user either receives a notification that the content is unavailable, temporarily or permanently, or is given a clickable URI to a site where the content being requested is moved. The kind of action users need to take are in bold letters, like the following:
300 – Multiple Choices
301 – Moved Permanently
302 – Found
303 – See Other
304 – Not Modified
305 – Use Proxy
307 – Temporary Redirect
Causes of See Other - Error 303
3XX codes occur because of certain changes made to the original URI and the need to usher the user to a different URI or some other actions described in the error page.
There are particular troubleshooting steps for particular Web Error codes. However, there are also generalized repair methods users can perform when faced with these kinds of errors.
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Please note: Neither ErrorVault.com nor it's writers claim responsibility for the results of the actions taken from employing any of the repair methods listed on this page - you complete these steps at your own risk.