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The HTTP Access-Control-Allow-Headers header is a response-type header that is used to indicate the HTTP headers. It can be used during a request and is… Read More
The HTTP Large-Allocation header is a response-type header that informs supported browsers (currently only Firefox) about the needs of a memory that allows them to… Read More
The HTTP Expires header is a response-type header, the fundamental way of controlling the caches present. The expire header contains the date and time which… Read More
The HTTP Allow header is an Entity-type header that specifies the valid methods that are supported by a resource. It is used in response for… Read More
The HTTP Expect-CT header is a response-type header that prevents the usage of wrongly issued certificates for a site and makes sure that they do… Read More
The HTTP Access-Control-Expose-Headers header is a response header that is used to expose the headers that have been mentioned in it. By default 6 response… Read More
The HTTP Header If-None-Match is a request-type header. Generally, it is used to update the entity tags on the server. Firstly, the Client provides the… Read More
The HTTP Set-cookie2 is response type header and it is obsoleted. It is a provider of the mechanism to serve and retrieve state information from… Read More
The HTTP Accept-Charset is a request type header. This header is used to indicate what character set are acceptable for the response from the server.… Read More
Before discussing about HTTP Want-Digest Header, let us first understand what is Digest (or message digest) ? HTTP header Digest is an encrypted fixed-size representation… Read More
The HTTP header Upgrade-Insecure-Requests is a request type header. It sends a signal to the server expressing the client’s preference for an encrypted and authenticated… Read More
The HTTP Trailer header is a response header that indicates the given set of header fields is present in the trailer of a message encoded… Read More
The HTTP Accept header is a request type header. The Accept header is used to inform the server by the client that which content type… Read More
The Access-Control-Max-Age HTTP header is a response header that gives the time for which results of a CORS preflight request that checks to see if… Read More
The HTTP Content-Location header is an entity-header that gives another location for the data that is returned and also tells how to access the resource… Read More

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