We use HTTP response codes to indicate success or failure of a request. In general errors can be grouped as follows
4xxClient error (e.g. not all required parameters provided)
5xxServer error (these are rare, contact our support if such errors persist)
200 – OK
Everything is okay, the response contains the requested information.
400 – Bad request
The request parameter contains invalid characters (e.g. domains)
401 – Unauthorized
You did not provide a valid API key; see Authentication.
403 – Forbidden
The requested information can not be accessed.
429 – Too many requests
You reached your quota or rate limit; see Quotas & Rate Limits.
500 – Internal Server Error
An internal error occurred. In case the error persists, please contact our support.
Updated over 2 years ago