How to view HTTP headers in Google Chrome?

To view the request or response HTTP headers in Google Chrome, take the following steps :

  1. In Chrome, visit a URL, right click, select Inspect to open the developer tools.
  2. Select Network tab.
  3. Reload the page, select any HTTP request on the left panel, and the HTTP headers will be displayed on the right panel.
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Hector
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Hector

This post is so useful, thanks!

Alex parker
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Alex parker

really this is very useful information, thanks for sharing this information with us. google extensions are very useful I also read an article on http://technicalground.webstarts.com/ but the information which is mentioned in this article is not proper don’t go there.

Pavel
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Pavel

Hello, do you know what does mean the double dots before parameter? For example:

Request Headers
:authority: xxx.com
:method: GET
:path: /api/data/v9.0/$metadata
:scheme: https

I do not know what does mean the “:”.

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Bobby
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Bobby

Very helpful, thank you!

Seyoung
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Seyoung

Thanks mate

sergey gurin
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sergey gurin

This Chrome extension can be very useful to view, edit and send requests: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/spy/aedipmheomnpcbgmanofhaccebgapije