Check your internet connection. A bad router (or similar software or even ISP) configuration of your network could cause this error.
Check your browser settings to be sure that the site or IP address is not denied or disabled. Also check proxy settings as well.
Some security softwares automatically deny certain websites. Disable them for 5 minutes and try to load the webpage.
If an other device can connect to the host on the same network, this could indicate an operating system error or misconfiguration.
Finally, the mother of all solutions is: the reset. Restarting your device solves more than 50% of all errors. Doesn't it?
Expired domain name, bad DNS configuration or client side (web browser or ISP) DNS Cache settings could cause a problem.
As with any computer, the smallest software or hardware failure on the web server may result in website outage.
An 5xx ERROR message is displayed (500 Internal Error is the most common) in case of bad server configuration.
Hosting companies have problems too. 99.9% uptime means, there is ~9 hours of downtime in a year.
From (common) unpaid bills to an unfortunate natural disaster (cut wires), there are plenty of reasons why is website down right now.
Wait a few minutes
Most likely it is a temporary problem with the host or web server and the problem should be resolved shortly. Just wait a few minutes then try again later.
Search for official feeds and announcements for the website involved. Major downtimes (which are not fixed within minutes) are usually reported or tweeted.
Search social networks like twitter or facebook to see if other people experienced problems with facebook.com or not.
If you know the e-mail address, you could contact the website (or webmaster) for further information. Popular e-mail prefixes: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected]
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