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Browser Custom Headers

Browser Headers are small nuggets of information that are passed in the background from your web browser to a server. Sometimes it’s useful to be able to send your own custom headers

Adding a Custom header in Chrome:

1. Visit and Install Plugin: Chrome Mod Headers Plugin

2. Open the Plugin and addthe header:

3. Click save, and then Start and now debugging should always be visible in your browser when turned on.

 

 Adding a Custom header in Firefox using Modify Headers plugin

1. Visit and install Plugin: Firefox Modify Headers Plugin

2. Open Modify Headers and Add a new value:

3. Click save, and then Start and now debugging should always be visible in your browser when turned on.