Enter up to 100 URLs (Each URL must be on separate line)
As a webmaster or SEO, you should regularly check the server status of your websites. The last thing you want is for a visitor to your site telling you that your website is down. To do this check, you should go to smallseotools.com and find the Check Server Status icon and run the test. Or you can copy/paste smallseotools.com/check-server-status in the address bar of your search browser and run the test. This handy and efficient tool allows you to check the server status for a hundred websites. Enter one URL per line in the text area that's displayed. Once you have entered the URLs which can be just one or any number up to hundred. Click on the 'Check Now' button. The test will run and display the results. The possible status codes that will be displayed against each domain name that you entered are: 200 OK is good. It means that your server was able to return content for the URL you requested. 301 Moved Permanently means that the requested URL has been moved permanently and all further inquiries should be directed to the new location. 302 Found means the server has found a temporary redirection. This URL should be used again for the next time since it is only temporary. 307 Temporary Redirect is similar to a 302 because it is a temporary redirect and the same URL should be used again for the next time. 400 Bad Request simply means that the server did not understand what you were looking for. 401 Unauthorized means that your server will not grant access to the content without authorization 403 Forbidden means that the server will not show you the content, regardless of authentication. 404 Not Found is a common, frustrating error, and might even be what you're checking for with this Server Status tool. This error code lets you know that the file you were looking for is not found. Search engines need a 404 to know which URLs are valid and which aren't. 410 Gone is similar to 404. It lets you know that the URL you were looking for did exist, but is gone. 500 Internal Server Error is another frustration that must be directed to your web host or system administrator. It means something is wrong with the server. From the error code that is returned on a URL, you will be able to identify the reason for it being operational or down. If your website is down because of any of the errors as mentioned above, you will need to sort it out with your website hosting service provider. This convenient tool to detect problems on websites should be an essential tool for all SEOs and webmasters. By using it you as an SEO or webmaster get to know exactly what the reason for your website being down is, and you can fix it.