The status read-only property of the Response interface contains the HTTP status codes of the response.

For example, 200 for success, 404 if the resource could not be found.


A unsigned short number. This is one of the HTTP response status codes.


In our Fetch Response example (see Fetch Response live) we create a new Request object using the Request() constructor, passing it a JPG path. We then fetch this request using fetch(), extract a blob from the response using Response.blob, create an object URL out of it using URL.createObjectURL, and display this in an <img>.

Note that at the top of the fetch() block we log the response status value to the console.

const myImage = document.querySelector('img');

const myRequest = new Request('flowers.jpg');

fetch(myRequest).then((response) => {
  console.log(response.status); // returns 200
  response.blob().then((myBlob) => {
    const objectURL = URL.createObjectURL(myBlob);
    myImage.src = objectURL;


Fetch Standard
# ref-for-dom-response-status①

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