Surely it has happened to you: A website does not load, you click on a link, and it automatically redirects you to a page, that shows a message: "Requested content isn't available," or "URL was not found on this server." It is a generic message sent from the webserver to the browser. It's how the browser shows the code as an error page. The link that leads to this page is called "dead link" or "broken link." The HTTP 404 status code is often abbreviated as "Error 404", "HTTP 404" or "404 Code".
Website down Checker is a tool which can help you identifying the problem if a website is down or responding slowly.
How to see if a site is unavailable in general, or if it's just unavailable from your network.
You can use DownStatusCheck Website down Checker. Enter an IP address or a hostname to see if nobody can access the site, or if the problem solely affects you.
If you want to investigate it more in-depth to find out how quickly web servers are responding, you can visit the site DownStatusCheck.com (where you are now) It monitors the current status of your favorite websites. You can view a current site status by entering the URL.
What do we get from this tool?
First, we need to find out what the problem is. The tool helps us to identify this. The Reasons why a website isn't loading include several issues: server crash, networking problem, programming error on the site, expired domain, or DNS issues.