- 来自 Pablo Blanco Celdrán，3 年前评分 4 / 5Solved my problem of being unable to open a site that needed specific headers for testing.
But I have an issue: Routes are nor being matched, but the test result successful, so the header is applied everywhere.
- 来自 thuerrsch，4 年前评分 5 / 5This extension may look a bit frightening at first, but with some basic knowledge of http headers (and, luckily for me, no Chinese at all) it's really easy to do simple things.
The problem that Header Editor helped me to solve is as ancient as the hills: it's that infamous bug about how Firefox handles Content-Disposition: attachment headers (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=453455). A legacy extension needed replacing with Firefox Quantum. I tried a few specialized WebExtensions with little success (sometimes they worked, sometime they didn't), then I stumbled upon Header Editor.
Here I set up a single, simple rule to "Modify the response header", match type "All", execute type "normal", to always set the "Content-Disposition" header type to a value of "inline". That's it, two minutes to set up the whole thing, and it works beautifully!
- 来自 Kawzen，4 年前评分 4 / 5I first thought it won't be english so I avoided it for a while
working as it should
it can remove and modify headers
for redirect reqs I use Redirector (Wildcard is simple * $1 $2 ...)
but realy u need to update the icon :$
Thanks for the fast reply &amp; solution, I was able to replace my rules
IconArchive dotcom is a good place :D
I moved the button from the toolbar to the menu to appear in a bigger size and it's much better now :)I am developing a web page which can convert Redirector rules to this extension.
Wildcard can be replaced by "(.*?)" in regexp.
This icon is draw by me but maybe I have no art cell. If you have a better icon, you can send it to me at GitHub by submit a issue or a pull request.
Thank you for your recommendation. I will try to find a better icon there.