Hide response headers. Specify HTTP headers that CDN includes in response

By default, a CDN server passes all HTTP headers it receives from the client's origin to end-users.

To adjust the headers that are being passed, in the resource settings find and enable the Response headers (hide) option.

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 After enabling the list of the most popular headers will appear in the field: 

  • HTTP
  • Server
  • Date
  • Content-Type
  • Content-Length
  • Connection
  • Vary
  • Last-modified
  • Connection
  • Accept-range
  • Content-encoding
  • Etag
  • Cache-control
  • Expires
  • Keep-alive
  • Accept-range

To delete the header press ×.

You can also add your custom headers. The new header can contain such characters as letters (a-z), numbers (0-9), dashes (-), underscores (_). If the header is added correctly, it will appear in the orange square. 

These are default headers which can't be hidden:

  • HTTP
  • Server
  • Date
  • Content-Type
  • Content-Length
  • Connection
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