Bulk HTTP Header Response Code Checker

Enter URLs to Check HTTP Response

Directions / Reference

Enter in a list of URLs you'd like to check. You will be given the HTTP header status for each URL.

If the requested URL returns a redirect HTTP response, the redirect path will be followed to a 200 OK response.

URL Delimiter:

Choose your separation method from the radio buttons based on how you will be entering your URLs to check. Typically your data has a default separator in place, depending on where your data is coming from (Google Webmaster Tools, PPC software, affiliate reporting, etc.)

  • New Line: Common for manual entry, just press enter/return and place each URL on its own line.
  • Comma: Also known as CSV. Used when URLs are separated by a comma and all are on one line/long text string.
  • Semicolon: Similar to a comma separation listed above. All URLs should be on one line/text string.
  • Tab: Used with tab delimited text input. All URLs should be on one line/text string.

Response Type:

The HTTP Header Response Tool will return the following codes:

  • 200 OK: A 200 OK means that the destination domain and page responded correctly. This means a visitor will be able to view the content they intended on seeing.
  • 301 Redirect: A 301 redirect means that the URL you entered got redirected (sent to) another URL. There are several redirect codes, but the 301 means that this content has permanently moved. This is commonly used when a site changes its URL structure, a page/product name changed, etc.
  • 302 Found: A 302 Found means the website was reached, but was redirected. Typically a 302 status means the URL is temporarily redirected, as opposed to the permanent 301 redirect.
  • 404 Error: A 404 error means that the destination domain did respond, however the page you requested was not found. This typically means the page is broken and a visitor would not see what they expect when landing on this page. Typically you will want to investigate and correct this response type.
  • 501 Error: A 501 error means that the destination server is unreachable. This means the site is effectively down.
URL Delimiter:
URLs To Check
URLs Checked
200 OK
301 Redirect
404 Error
501 Error