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How do you fix a 303 code?

Published on April 10th, 2022

The 303 code is an error code that means the server is unavailable. This code can happen for a number of reasons, including the server being down, the server being overloaded, or the server being busy.

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1. Redirect the request to the appropriate resource

  1. Access the "Request Log" in the "Admin" section of the website.
  2. In the Request Log, locate the request that caused the 303 code.
  3. In the Request Log, identify the source of the request.
  4. Determine the destination resource for the redirected request.
  5. Trigger the Redirect action for the destination resource.
  6. Verify the redirected request.

2. Change the request method to GET

  1. In your web browser, navigate to the URL for the web page that is causing the problem.
  2. In the address bar, type: GET /
  3. If the page loads correctly, you should see a page that says "OK."
  4. If the page does not load correctly, follow the instructions below.
  5. In your web browser, go to the menu bar and select "Tools."
  6. Select "Internet Options."
  7. Select the "Security" tab.
  8. Under "Request Method," select "GET."
  9. Click "OK."
  10. Restart your web browser.
  11. Try loading the page again.

3. Clear the browser cache

  1. In your web browser, open the "Tools" menu and select "Clear browsing data."
  2. In the "Clear browsing data" window, select the "Cookies and other site data" checkbox and click the "Clear" button.
  3. Close your web browser.
  4. If the "Clear browsing data" window prompts you to confirm that you want to clear all data, click the "Clear" button.

4. Update the link to the resource

  1. Verify that the URL is correct
  2. Verify that the resource is available
  3. Update the link to the resource
  4. Verify the updated link

5. Use a different browser

To fix 303 code in a different browser, follow these steps:

  1. Open up the browser you want to fix the code in.
  2. Navigate to the website you were trying to access when you got the error.
  3. Click on the “Menu” button on your browser toolbar and select “Tools”.
  4. Select “Internet Options” from the Tools menu.
  5. Select the “Security” tab and click on the “Custom Level” button.
  6. Under “Level of Security”, select “High”.
  7. Under “Active Scripting”, disable the “Enable” button.
  8. Click on the “OK” button to save your changes.
  9. Reload the webpage you were trying to access and you should now be able to access it without any errors.