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
- Access the "Request Log" in the "Admin" section of the website.
- In the Request Log, locate the request that caused the 303 code.
- In the Request Log, identify the source of the request.
- Determine the destination resource for the redirected request.
- Trigger the Redirect action for the destination resource.
- Verify the redirected request.
2. Change the request method to GET
- In your web browser, navigate to the URL for the web page that is causing the problem.
- In the address bar, type: GET /
- If the page loads correctly, you should see a page that says "OK."
- If the page does not load correctly, follow the instructions below.
- In your web browser, go to the menu bar and select "Tools."
- Select "Internet Options."
- Select the "Security" tab.
- Under "Request Method," select "GET."
- Click "OK."
- Restart your web browser.
- Try loading the page again.
3. Clear the browser cache
- In your web browser, open the "Tools" menu and select "Clear browsing data."
- In the "Clear browsing data" window, select the "Cookies and other site data" checkbox and click the "Clear" button.
- Close your web browser.
- 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
- Verify that the URL is correct
- Verify that the resource is available
- Update the link to the resource
- Verify the updated link
5. Use a different browser
To fix 303 code in a different browser, follow these steps:
- Open up the browser you want to fix the code in.
- Navigate to the website you were trying to access when you got the error.
- Click on the “Menu” button on your browser toolbar and select “Tools”.
- Select “Internet Options” from the Tools menu.
- Select the “Security” tab and click on the “Custom Level” button.
- Under “Level of Security”, select “High”.
- Under “Active Scripting”, disable the “Enable” button.
- Click on the “OK” button to save your changes.
- Reload the webpage you were trying to access and you should now be able to access it without any errors.