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302 HTTP code rajeshk98 msg:3195548 7:02 am on Dec 21, 2006 (gmt 0) Most of the visits to my site have 302 HTTP status. Is 302 an http error code.does it mean visitors are not able to view to site. what does 302 exactly mean.
Receptional Andy msg:3195707 12:20 pm on Dec 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
As per the http status code definitions [ w3.org] a 302 indicates a (temporary) redirect.
Perhaps your homepage redirects to another page? (e.g. www.example.com leads to www.example.com/home.htm)
rajeshk98 msg:3200743 12:42 pm on Dec 27, 2006 (gmt 0)
well actuall i have not written any redirection rules in .htaccess file or any where. But when i see the stats for my domain i see thousands of 302 hits to the pages. i am seeing the AW stats. and i can paste a copy of the stats here.
HTTP Error codes* Hits PercentBandwidth
302Moved temporarily (redirect)534382.4 %27.17 KB 301Moved permanently (redirect)2403.7 %2.29 MB 400Bad Request 3014.6 %0 206Partial Content279 4.3 %1.18 MB
So can you guess why the site getting so many 302 hits.
i see 5343 of 302 hits to the site. is this some thing strange. Thank you. mcavic msg:3200968 5:27 pm on Dec 27, 2006 (gmt 0)
It could be a domain redirection, like example.com redirecting to www.example.com. Or, under Apache, www.example.com/home will redirect to www.example.com/home/