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PHP Fatal error does not result in HTTP error code 500. When PHP code throws a Fatal error, I would expect Apache to respond with HTTP 500, not a 200?


This is because it is a PHP error and not a server error. Code 500 is a server error. Code 200 is correct but misleading as the server has performed fine and loaded a webpage so status OK, or 200.

You should look into using the .htaccess file to control which responses you want your server to perform.

Answered by: Davey C

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