Http error: 205 Reset Content

205 Reset Content

The 205 Reset Content status code indicates that the server has successfully processed the request, but that there is no content to return. This status code is commonly used in response to a POST request since POST requests typically result in changes to the server state (e.g., database updates).

 

When a 205 status code is received in response to a request, the client should reset the document view and refresh any cached resources. The client can then proceed to fetch the updated content from the server.

 

The 205 status code is often used together with the Location header to redirect the user agent to a different resource after the request has been processed.

RFC#: 7231 Section 6.3.6

Imran Selimkhanov

Imran is the founder of Productive Shop, he writes on B2B demand generation and SEO strategy topics to help startups understand how to win digital share of voice. Prior to Productive Shop, Imran led demand generation at an Oracle consultancy, ran an eCommerce site servicing LE teams, and prior to that, helped build PMO offices at technology startup companies. When he's not at work, Imran can be spotted hiking in the Rockies, honing his clay shooting skills, and tumbling off of black diamond ski tracks due to overconfidence in his skiing abilities.

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