Fixing Error 400, Bad Request Chrome

Asked By 0 points N/A Posted on -
qa-featured

Hey, I am getting an error message like ‘error 400, bad request chrome’while trying to open a website. What could be the cause?

SHARE
Answered By 10 points N/A #305897

Fixing Error 400, Bad Request Chrome

qa-featured

Hey there, just try deleting cookies from your chrome browser. These cookies sometimes causes problems in the opening of the requested URL. Make sure the URL is valid, free from any errors. Along with cookies, try clearing cache. Sometimes, it may be the case of website’s server down, and therefore a bad request. In that case, try to check the status of the webpage on this link. Hope it helps!

Answered By 590495 points N/A #307989

Fixing Error 400, Bad Request Chrome

qa-featured

The “400 Bad Request” error you see on your browser doesn’t only happen on Google Chrome but in any other web browser as well. It is an HTTP response status code and also a client error response code which indicates that a server was unable to process the request sent by the client or the browser because of invalid syntax.

This error is only one of the many potential HTTP response codes you may receive when accessing a web application. The error is frequently caused by pasting or entering an incorrect URL in the address bar of the browser. Another possible cause is if you are sending a file that is too big for the server to accept and process.

It can also be caused if the client is using an invalid or expired local cookie. Since this error is a client error response code, it is best to start troubleshooting right on your browser. Since the common cause is an incorrect URL, make sure the URL you entered in the address bar is correct. If you verify that the URL is correct, try clearing your browser’s cookies.

If you are uploading a file to a server, try uploading a smaller file. If the application you are using requires user authentication, try logging out your account on your browser and log in back. See if this works.

Login/Register to Answer

Related Questions