Enables adding or modifying HTTP request header
Enables adding or modifying HTTP request headers. This is helpful during development and testing of dynamic websites. During development you often need to pass extra information to the server for setting different scenarios but don't want to append extra variable to the url or to a web form. This extension allows to specify custom headers that will be added to requests. Domains list and names of your custom headers are editable from the options page. A value of your custom headers can be modified easily from a small extension popup windows. This extension WILL override any of the existing request headers! For example you can modify User-Agent header by simply defining a User-Agent custom header Icon by http://icons.yootheme.com
- (2019-04-14) Frederic Leger: buggy
- (2016-06-14) Sandeep Adinarayana: Novel Idea, very useful!
- (2015-01-15) Viktor Nikolaiev: simple than others and does what's expected
- (2014-05-30) Jake Arnold: Worked for me.
- (2014-04-02) Naveen Kumar: I really loved it...
- (2014-02-13) Álvaro Reguly: Does the job!
- (2013-12-18) Tomita: great. it works.
- (2013-03-16) Matt Sephton: Didn't seem to work for me.
- (2013-03-04) Nicholas Bello: Simple way to add extra headers to my web requests, love it!
- (2016-03-14, v:1.3) Jason Connell: Not doing extra headers for fonts
I like this plugin. I was using it because I am a web developer and we use basic auth on demo sites for our clients. I use it for basic auth since we use the same username and password for all sites. However, it's not doing the header for fonts, so I get prompts loading the site for the first time, for fonts. Can this plugin run when fonts are requested? I thought the "Other" option might cover that, but it's giving me prompts now. Thanks!