Last updated：2020-11-26 19:50:22
Click Configure in the left navigation pane, find the domain name that you want to configure, and then click Manage in the Operate column. On the page that appears, click Set Http Header in the left navigation pane.
Click Add Http Header. In the dialog box that appears, set the Type and Value parameters.
Click Ok. The HTTP header is configured.
The following table describes the common HTTP headers.
|Content-Type||The MIME type of the content returned to the client program.|
|Cache-Control||The cache policy that requests and responses follow.|
|Content-Disposition||The default file name when the requested content is saved as a file on the client program.|
|Content-Language||The language of the returned content for the intended audience.|
|Expires||The date and time after which the response is considered stale.|
|Access-Control-Allow-Origin||The origin servers from which cross-origin requests are allowed.|
|Access-Control-Allow-Methods||The request methods that are allowed for cross-origin requests.|
|Access-Control-Max-Age||The time-to-live (TTL) value during which the response can be cached on the client program for a request that prefetches a particular resource.|
|Access-Control-Expose-Headers||The headers that can be exposed as part of the response.|
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