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Published on Apr 8, 2014This video will show you how to fix the 400 Bad Request error message. http://thewiseaffiliate.com/tutorials...I've personally had this error occur a few times while working on my wordpress blog. From my understanding it's related to corrupt cookies or something. Or perhaps corrupt files on my computer, either way the only fix that works for me is deleting the website cookie.This video will show you how to fix the 400 http 400 bad request internet explorer bad request error in Chrome, FireFox and an old version of Internet Explorer. Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Up next How can I fix 400 error problem - Duration: 6:55. Mahabubur Rahman 21,982 views 6:55 how to get rid of BAD REQUEST 400 step by step - Duration: 3:02. ComputerHelp01 52,721 views 3:02 How to Quickly Fix the 400 Bad Request Error in Google Chrome - Duration: 1:42. Asiogroup 9,852 views 1:42 How to fix the '400 Bad Request' from Youtube - Duration: 1:24. lotttox 25,658 views 1:24 How to Fix Windows Error 404 - Duration: 4:42. Error Support for Windows PC 164,049 views 4:42 Why Do I Get 400 Bad Request Error? - Duration: 2:55. Techy Help 7,462 views 2:55 How to Clear Cache and Delete Cookies on Google Chrome? - Duration: 2:38. Technofare 74,779 views 2:38 reparar 400 bad - Duration: 1:53. TheFirezion 5,271 views 1:53 2 Understanding HTTP in depth(With Practical examples of Facebook ,Youtube ,Google ) - Duration: 32:39. Make Knowledge Free 52,480 views 32:39 How to fix Google Chrome Won't Load Problem (Tutorial) - Duration: 10:04. Angus Davidson 714,102 views 10:04 Solved: There was a problem with the network  YouTube Ap
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the "400 Bad Request" error message from a website Posted on October 24, 2012 by Timour Rashed Problem: Whenever you access any website from a specific domain. For example http://timourrashed.com/how-to-fix-the-400-bad-request-error-message-from-a-website/ http://www.abc.com/morepages/…. In the URL above, the domain is "abc.com" and "morepages" is a sub-site. The problem shows as the following: Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand. http://techathlon.com/fix-bad-request-error-400-gmail-google-chrome/ Size of a request header field exceeds server limit. Cookie ----------------- Solution: It wasn't clear at first but the error message is telling me exactly what the problem is (the keyword here ladies and bad request gentlemen is "cookie") The problem was due to a cookie that has become corrupted. Not sure how it got that way but it seems that the last time it was generated something went wrong. The easy solution is to delete all your cookies but here is the best way to solve that specific issue, I have created a customized guide for Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer. Firefox 400 bad request 1. Access the options from the main menu 2. Go to the Privacy tab 3. Click "remove individual cookies" 4. You will get the window below and you can search for cookies on that specific domain (in our example abc.com) 5. To delete the cookies, just select and click "Remove Cookie" 6. Try accessing the site again, if you still have issues you can repeat from step 4 Internet Explorer 1. Access the options from the main menu Tools -> Internet Options 2. Select Settings under the "Browsing history" section in the General tab 3. Select "View files" 4. You can search for those cookies and manually delete them Google Chrome 1. Click on Settings 2. Enter "cookies" in the search field then click "Content settings" 3. Click "All cookies and site data" under Cookies 4. Select the specific cookie to delete the cookie ----------------- If you found this article useful, don’t forget to share it by clicking one of the buttons below. You can also share your thoughts in the comments section below. That should fix the error message "400 Bad Request", if you have any questions or concerns please leave a comment below. You can also fo
Gmail using Chrome, chances are that you might have encountered the dreaded Bad Request Error 400 error. The error is so frustrating and vague that most users are left clueless on how to fix it. Most importantly, many of us do not have the time to fix the issue when we have to send that all important email. There are a number of forum posts on the Internet in which users mentioned that they have moved to Firefox or other browsers just because of this problem. Its a shame that both the browser and the email are from the provider and they are yet to fix it even though users have had issue for about an year! But thankfully many users have improvised and found work around to this issue. The problem appears to be with the GMAIL_IMP value stored in the cookie for mail.google.com. No one seems to have an idea what is actually causing the error. Here I have picked 3 fixes and classified them as the Good, the Bad and the Ugly depending on the complexity of the fix. Lets start with the Ugly… The Ugly Right click on the screen. Select Inspect element. Select the Resources tab at the top of the Developer Tools window. Expand the Cookies section in the left side navigation by clicking on the arrow next to Cookies. Select the mail.google.com cookie. Right click on GMAIL_IMP. Select Delete. Close the Developer Tools window. Refresh the page giving you the error. The Bad (Warning: you will be signed out of all your Google account) Get to Chrome Setting. Click Show advanced settings. In the Privacy section, click the Content settings button. In the "Cookies" section, click All cookies and site data to open the Cookies and Other Data dialogs. In the search box search for mail.google.com. Click Done Refresh the page giving you the error. The Good Just navigate to any of this URLs Labs turned on mail.google.com/mail/?labs=1 Labs turned off mail.google.com/mail/?labs=0 This fix is the easiest, but make sure you do this all the time as it will not address the cookie issue. Better still would be convert your default gmail interface to Gmail Offline. You can read on how to do this here http://techathlon.com/a-better-and-ad-free-gmail-interface/ Google+ Related Posts How to Fix : Android SDK Manager failing to open in ... How to fix "The Windows 8.1 Preview isn'... A better and ad free Gmail interface ABOUT THE AUTHOR Girish R is the founder of techathlon.com, he loves to write on technology, opensource & gadgets. At techathlon you can read his