Modify request headers
- Click on theat the top and select Request Header.
- Add the request header to add/modify on the Name and Value columns
- To remove a request header from being sent, set the Name column only. If an existing header matches the name, it will be removed.
- If you instead wish to send an empty header, click on the "Empty header: remove" chip to change the behavior to "Empty header: send empty value". In this mode, an empty request header will be sent instead.
- To disable a header modification, simply uncheck the checkbox on the left side of the row.
- To reenable a header modification, simply check the checkbox again.
- To disable / enable all request header modifications, uncheck / check the checkbox next the Request Headers title.
- Simply click on the X button on the right side of the row to delete.
- By default, the modification will override the value of an existing header. To change this behavior, you can select thebutton on the right side of the row, then select Append instead of override. In this mode, the modification will append the value in the row to the existing header.
- In some scenarios, you may want to add a comma before appending the value. To do this, simply click on the append value chip to change the behavior to append with comma separated.
- To get back to the original override mode, simply click on the "X" button on the chip to remove the append mode.
- If you are using Chromium-based browsers, you may notice that your newly added header got its name transformed to lowercase. This is done by the browser, and unfortunately ModHeader can't do anything about it.
As a result, modifications on some of these headers may behave slightly differently than expected.
Additionally, you may want to check if the request is cached. A request does not go through the network and cannot be modified. In Chrome, you will typically see a message like this for cached request: "Provisional headers are shown. Disable cache to see full headers."