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How to View HTTP Headers in Google Chrome Browser

You can use this method to check many things related to the website which you're browsing. Example such as the remote server ip address, server type, user-agent etc.

Here's are the simple steps which you can use to view HTTP Headers:

On the website which you are browsing, use the right-mouse click to click once and select Inspect

Click on the Network tab as seen below.

On the same page, press the F5 button on your keyboard in order to reload the web page. Select any HTTP request on the left panel, and the HTTP headers will be displayed on the right panel.

Updated on: 23/01/2019

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