An HTTP 400 error will show up on your screen when a request to the server is incorrect or corrupt, and the server cannot understand it. Majority of the time, you should be able to fix it, but occasionally only the website’s owner can. Below are a few things you can try to fix the issue.
This error means that a request that your computer sent to the server is incorrect, and the server cannot understand it. This might be simply because the URL is wrong, or you might have done something the server could not understand, such as uploading too large of a file. Website owners can customize the 400 error page on their website using .htaccess.
There are many different ways that websites can name a 400 error, for example, websites may just report “Bad Request”, although they may something a bit more complex like “HTTP Error 400: The request could not be understood by the server”.
The HTTP 400 Bad Request error is not the worst error to get, as it's (Normally) fairly easy to fix. Hopefully this article helped, and please let us know if you ever spot this error on our site!
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