HTTP Headers

Overview

This function allows you to enable content expiration and set a specific period of expiration time as well as add custom HTTP headers that Web service sends to the client browser.

Content Expiration

This property specifies the expiration of HTML document content by returning the value to the browser in the HTML file header. The browser compares the value of this property with the current date to determine whether to display a cached page or to request an updated page from the server.

By default, Content Expiration is disabled and the browser always displays an updated page from the server.

If Content Expiration is enabled, The browser compares the value of this property with the current date to determine whether to display a cached page or to request an updated page from the server.

The Web content should expire after field allows you to specify a period of time after which the browser is forced to retrieve the content again from the server on any subsequent requests.

Custom HTTP Headers

This property contains custom headers that are sent to the browser in addition to the default header of the HTML file.

Add Pre-Defined Custom HTTP Headers

For your convenience, we pre-defined some HTTP headers such as P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences Project). You can add these to your site by clicking Add.

Add Any Custom HTTP Headers

To add new Custom HTTP Headers, enter the following information in the fields and click Add.

Fields
 Custom Header Name (Required)
This field is for the name of the new custom HTTP header.
 Custom Header Value (Required)
This field is for specifying the value of the new custom HTTP header.