Returning HTTP status codes in PHP



Published: 2018-04-05 07:46:55 +0000
Categories: PHP,

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PHP

Description

Most of the time, a PHP application won't need to change the HTTP status code that Apache or FastCGI generates on it's behalf, but occasionally there's a need to do so.

This snippet lists some of the common HTTP Status codes and how to return them

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/*         Success  - 2xx */

// Standard response - HTTP 200 (the default anyway)
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 200 OK", true, 200);

// No Content - HTTP 204
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 200 OK", true, 204);

// Partial Content - HTTP 206
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 200 OK", true, 206);
header("Content-Range: 0-1024");

/*         Redirects  - 3xx  */

// Temporary redirect - HTTP 302
header('Location: https://example.com/somepage.html');

// Permanent Redirect - HTTP 301
header('Location: https://example.com/somepage.html', true, 301);

// See Other - HTTP 303
header('Location: https://example.com/somepage.html', true, 303);

// Not Modified - HTTP 304
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 304 Not Modified", true, 304);

// Temporary Redirect, do not change HTTP method - HTTP 307
header('Location: https://example.com/somepage.html',true,307);

// Permanant Redirect, do not change HTTP method - HTTP 308
header('Location: https://example.com/somepage.html',true,308);

/*          Request issues - 4xx */

// Bad Request - HTTP 400
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 400 Bad Request", true, 400);

// Unauthorized - HTTP 401
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 401 Unauthorized", true, 401);

// Unauthorized, require basic authentication - HTTP 401
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 401 Unauthorized", true, 401);
header("WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm='My Site'");

// Forbidden - HTTP 403
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 403 Forbidden", true, 403);

// Page Not Found - HTTP 404
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 404 Not Found", true, 404);

// Method Not Allowed - HTTP 405
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 405 Method Not Allowed", true, 405);

// Not Acceptable - HTTP 406
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 406 Not Acceptable", true, 406);

// Request Timeout - HTTP 408
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 408 Request Timeout", true, 408);

// Gone - HTTP 410
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 410 Gone", true, 410);

// Range Not Satisfiable - HTTP 416
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 416 Range Not Satisfiable", true, 416);

// RFC 2324 - HTTP 418
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 418 I'm a teapot", true, 418);

/*         Server Error - 5xx    */

// Internal server error - HTTP 500
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 500 Internal Server Error", true, 500);

// Not Implemented - HTTP 501
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 501 Internal Server Error", true, 501);

// Bad Gateway - HTTP 502
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 502 Bad Gateway", true, 502);

// Service Unavailable - HTTP 503
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 503 Service Unavailable", true, 503);

// Gateway Timeout - HTTP 504
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 504 Gateway Timeout", true, 504);

// HTTP version not supported - HTTP 505
header($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]." 505 HTTP Version Not Supported", true, 505);

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http, status code, response code, redirect, 404, headers,

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