400 Bad Request When Trying Request Access to my Sotre

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Please can some one help me i trying to log to my store and i have this "

400 Bad Request

Request Header Or Cookie Too Large



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Hello @petssara 


A 400 Bad Request, also known as a 400 error or HTTP error 400, is perceived by the server as a generic client error and it is returned when the server determines the error doesn’t fall in any of the other status code categories.

The key concept to understand here is that the 400 Bad Request error is something that has to do with the submitted request from the client before it is even processed by the server.


There are various root causes that can trigger the 400 Bad Request error and, even if this error isn’t specific to any particular browser or OS (operating system), the fixes do vary slightly.


Complete the steps outlined in this section to help diagnose and correct a 400 Bad Request.

The proposed solutions include:

Before digging deeper on the different ways to fix the 400 Bad Request error, you may notice that several steps involve flushing locally cached data.

It’s true that if your computer didn’t cache any files or data at all, there would probably be significantly less connection error issues. However, the benefits of caching files/data are well documented and the web browsing experience would certainly suffer if caching techniques weren’t used by browsers.

It all comes down to a compromise between optimization and user experience, where websites try to load as quickly as possible but can occasionally be prone to errors such as a 400 Bad Request without any warning.


I hope the above is useful to you.
Best regards,
GemPages Support Team

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Clearing the shopify cookies worked for me.