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Inline frame tag in HTML: The iframe tag is used to displaying or embedding another document within an HTML document. One of its attributes ‘src’… Read More
The X-DNS-Prefetch-Control is an HTTP response type header that informs the browser whether DNS prefetch to be executed or not. Turning it on may not… Read More
Deprecated: This feature is no longer recommended. It was deprecated by the Google Chrome team in 2017 because of its complexity and side-effects. Google recommends… Read More
The HTTP Public-Key-Pins-Report-Only is a response header which sends report to the report-uri specified in the header if any pinning violation is done. But, unlike… Read More
The Cross-Origin-Resource-Policy is an HTTP response-type header that allows the servers to protect against certain cross-origin or cross-site embedding of the returned source. It complements… Read More
The HTTP TE(also known as Accept-Transfer-Encoding) is a request-type header that specifies the transfer encodings that the user is willing to accept. It is very… Read More
The Pragma is a no-cache general-type CORS-safe listed response header field in an HTTP/1.0 header which is intended to use in the request-response chain. A… Read More
The HTTP headers are used to pass additional information between the clients and the server through the request and response header. All the headers are… Read More
The HTTP headers are used for passing additional information with an HTTP request or response between the client and the server. They are grouped as… Read More
The HTTP X-Forwarded-Host header is a request-type header de-facto standard header. This header is used to identify the original request made by the client. Because… Read More
The HTTP Accept-CH header is a response-type header that indicates the client hints that the server can support and should include in further requests. Syntax:… Read More
The HTTP Referer header is a request-type header that identifies the address of the previous web page, which is linked to the current web page… Read More
The HTTP If-Unmodified-Since header is a request-type header and makes the request conditional on having a last-modified timestamp. The server will perform the requested operation… Read More
The HTTP SourceMap header is a response-type header used to map original source from the transformed source. For example, the Javascript resources are transformed to… Read More
The HTTP Server header is a response-type header that contains the information about the used software by the server to handle all the requests. This… Read More

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