The 400 Bad Request error means that the request you sent to the website server, often something simple like a request to load a web page, was somehow incorrect or corrupted.
The 400 Bad Request error displays inside the internet browser window, just like web pages do. The difference is that instead of providing a webpage, the browser provides a screen full of text describing the error.
The reason why you might see a 400 Bad Request error is because the server receiving the request from your browser cannot understand it. This can be due to a problem with the website, with your internet connection, or even with your computer.
Here are some things you can try to fix the 400 Bad Request error:
-Reload the web page. You can do this by pressing the F5 key on your keyboard.
-Clear your browser's cache. This is how you do it in some of the most popular browsers:
-For Chrome: Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete
-For Firefox: Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete
-For Microsoft Edge: Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete
-If you are using a Wi-Fi connection, try using a different one, or connecting your computer directly to your modem or router with an Ethernet cable.
-Restart your computer.
-Make sure that you are not using a proxy server.
You are here because you have a question about:
- error code 400 bad request
- 400 errors
1. Check the request URL to make sure it is valid and does not contain any errors
- Use the "Request URL Validation" tool in the Application Management Console to check the request URL.
- If there are any errors in the request URL, fix them.
- If the request URL still contains errors, contact your system administrator.
2. Check the request headers to make sure they are correct and do not contain any errors
- Check the request headers for any errors.
- Make sure the headers are correct and do not contain any errors.
- If the headers are correct, then check the request body for any errors.
- If the request body is correct, then check the request for any errors.
3. Check the request body to make sure it is correct and does not contain any errors
- In your browser, open the request body in a text editor.
- Check for any errors.
- If there are any errors, fix them.
- Save the request body.
If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:
- Check the server logs to see if there are any errors that could be causing the 400 error.
- Contact the website owner or administrator to see if they can help resolve the issue.