401 Unauthorized(website common error)
401 unauthorized errors is an HTTP response status code indicating that the request sent by the client cannot be authenticated. This differs from the 403 prohibited error, which we have seen in a previous article, which similarly indicates that authentication may have been provided by the customer, but the client is still not allowed to access the requested resource. Conversely, a 401 unauthorized error indicates that the requested resource is restricted and requires authentication, but the client failed to provide any such authentication.
With most HTTP response codes, particularly those indicating an error, the 401 makes a diagnosis and the presence of unauthorized error can be a challenge to resolve properly. Determining the cause of a particular status code represents a complex relationship between clients, web applications, web servers, and often many third-party web services, with a possible pool of more than 50 status codes. Can be a challenge. Of circumstances.
In this article we will examine 401 unauthorized errors that can see what a message might be, as well as our own application with a handful of tips for diagnosing and debugging this error. We will also do a number of investigations of the most popular content management systems (CMS) for potential problem areas that may cause 401 unauthorized errors to your website. Fall into