Server response codes shown in cats

I know that this has done a recent re-surface around the tinter-web, but I do think it is funny. even though I hate cats.

200 = All OK

200 - OK

301 = Permanent Redirect

301 - Moved Permanently

404 = Page not found

404 - Not Found

500 = Internal server error, basically not available

500 - Internal Server Error

503 = Server temporarily not available – maintenance mode

503 - Service Unavailable

… and just because I like these 2 photos…

414 = URL too long

414 - Request-URI Too Long

450 = Blocked by Windows parential controls

450 - Blocked by Windows Parental Controls

But, why are server response codes important?

If you too find the w3c guidelines and definitions hard to read, I have summarised the top level definitions for you in this other post >>

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