Internal Server Error is a message from the server letting you know “something has gone wrong” on this page. It’s called an “error” when something has gone wrong, but another way to describe the error is as a “status code.” Each status code is assigned a number to help quickly reference the problem.
For example, the error could be that the page is missing completely (aka. a 404 status). Or the situation could be that it’s been redirected somewhere else (aka. a 301 status). If all is well you’ll receive a 200 status — which means “this page is working.” If you don’t see any error at all? It probably just means things are working (aka. a 200 status). Learn more about HTTP Status Codes here on One Month.