What is the 401 Unauthorized error?
The 401 Unauthorized error is an HTTP status code which means the website you are trying to access failed to render with (401 Unauthorized Error) because of invalid user ID and password.
401 Error Step By Step Process
Step 1: Check URL
Check the URL also confirm it’s spelled correctly, hyphens, page name, etc. After verifying the URL, try to access it again If the problem is not solved it is time to move for the next step.
Visit the website homepage and look for a Login button. Now enter your correct credentials in the appropriate field of the login form.
Reload the page with Ctrl +R because it’s the simple step as it might seem, sometimes closing down the page and reopening it might be enough to fix the 401 error.
Did you know every time you visit websites then your browser saves certain data in the temporary storage?
Woah! There’s a simple way to clear cookies, & data for browser.
- Press Ctrl + H
- On the left side find ( Clear Browsing Data)
- Select “All Time” from Time Range to clear your entire cache.
- Select all options:
- Exit/quit the browser and re-open the browser.
If you’re sure the page you’re trying to reach shouldn’t need authorization, then there are most chance hat the website itself has problems. Then there’s a simple way to solve this all you need to do is contact the website administrator through the contact page (if that is working) or through other social media platforms.
The solutions provided by us in this article are easy to perform by anyone. If you are still facing the issue then simply write a comment below so we can help you to fix that problem.
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