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Read how our URL and resource management strategy is supported by appropriate and consistent use of HTTP response statuses and HTTP headers.
Select the appropriate HTTP status and message for removing or moving a resource, processing form submissions, handling errors and other situations.
See a list of Status-Codes, including a description of which method(s) it can follow and any meta information required in the response.
See examples of how resource management scenarios can be used in practical situations common to government websites and web applications.
Find templates and advice to guide your implementation of common resource management scenarios for Queensland Government websites and web applications.
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