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The HTTP Location header is a response header that is used under 2 circumstances to ask a browser to redirect a URL (status code 3xx)… Read More
The HTTP headers are used to communicate between client and server. HTTP headers let the client and server pass additional information with an HTTP request… Read More
The HTTP Connection header is a general type header that allows the sender or client to specify options that are desired for that particular connection.… Read More
The HTTP header Age defines the times in seconds of the object that have been in the proxy cache. Usually, the age header is close… Read More
The HTTP PUT request method is used to create a new resource or overwrite a representation of the target resource that is known by the… Read More
This HTTP Accept-Language header tells the server about all the languages that the client can understand. With the help of content negotiation, there will be… Read More
The HTTP headers Via is used to inform the server of proxies through which the request was sent. The Via general is added by. It… Read More
The Origin HTTP Header is a response HTTP header that indicates the security contexts that initiates an HTTP request without indicating the path information. The… Read More
The HTTP Host represents the domain name of the server. It may also represent the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port number which the server uses.… Read More
The HTTP Server-Timing header is a response-type header. This header is used to communicate between two or more metrics and descriptions for a given request-response… Read More
The HTTP status codes are used to indicate that any specific HTTP request has successfully completed or not. The HTTP status codes are categorized into… Read More
The Patch is used for making partial changes to an existing resource. The Accept-Patch HTTP header is a response HTTP header that specifies the patch… Read More
The Digest HTTP header is a response HTTP header that provides the requested resource with a small value generated by a hash function from a… Read More
The HTTP Access-Control-Allow-Credentials is a Response header. The Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header is used to tell the browsers to expose the response to front-end JavaScript code when… Read More
HTTP headers are used to pass additional information with HTTP request or response. HTTP Retry-After header is an HTTP response header which indicates how long… Read More

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