aimee jarboe

  • Beginner’s guide to server response codes

    Each time you visit a web page, a bureaucratic exchange takes place between your computer’s web browser and a distant web server. Your web browser (called the “client”) begins the exchange by submitting a request to the web server for code, images, and other information. The web server, always on the alert, returns a tiny message that says, “I received your request and here i ...

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