How to Fix a 408 Request Timeout Error

You Might See the 408 Error

“408: Request Timeout”
“HTTP Error 408 – Request Timeout”

1. Retry the web page by clicking the refresh/reload button or trying the URL from browser again. Many times a slow connection causes a delay that prompts the 408 Request Timeout error and this is often only temporary. Trying the page again will often be successful.

2. You may be experiencing an issue with your Internet connection that’s causing long delays when accessing pages. To rule this out, visit another website like Google or Yahoo.

3. Come back later. The 408 Request Timeout error is a common error message on very popular websites when a huge traffic comes to your site.