In this article, we are going to discuss what are the meanings of bad request error? why this error occurs, and what are the major reasons for this error?
What is a 400 bad request error?
A 400 bad request error occurs when the server cannot understand a request that has been made for it. It is called a 400 error because of the HTTP status code that the webserver uses to describe that kind of error.
When a user attempt to access a website, sometimes he can receive an error a “Bad Request” error message where the website content should have uploaded. This error often includes the number “400” and can include some additional text like “Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand. Size of a request header field exceeds server limit”.
First, check the website URL that you entered to make sure that it is correct. If the web address appears to be entered correctly, then the issue can be resolved by clearing the browser cache and cookies. To perform these steps, click on the appropriate link for the web browser you are using.
I hope this will help to solve your problem.