View HTTP Headers With Chrome

I’ve been looking at my headers the old-fashioned way with curl -I and wget --save-headers, but I notice Chrome and IE have some pretty advanced site diagnostics built-in now. Here I am using Chrome’s F12 to check my HTTP headers which I just changed.


Whoops! I messed up those headers! I fixed them after I made the video, and then I used Chrome’s F12 to check them, and this time I got them right.

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One comment on “View HTTP Headers With Chrome
  1. Lennie says:

    Webdevelopers with Firefox always use the Firebug add-on. It was, I believe, the second browser to have something like that. It was very populair. Now a lot of similair functionality is builtin to Firefox. Firebug still has more functionality though.

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