Modify the Request Headers
Add and modify the HTTP request headers sent to web servers.
Requires: Chrome 17 or above
** Permissions **
ModHeader currently requires 4 permissions:
4, "tabs" (new in 1.2.4)
The first 2 are required in order for request headers modification to work. Because ModHeader doesn't know ahead of time which website the modification should apply to, it needs to request permissions for all URLs (3). The last one is used to update the ModHeader icon when the filters are active/inactive.
** Basic usage **
- Add the name/value request header pairs to the popup.
- Click on "Add Header" if you need to modify more request header.
- To remove a request header, add the header name, but leave the value empty.
- To disable a request header modification, uncheck the checkbox on the left.
- To delete a request header modification, click on the "X" on the right.
** Profiles **
- Only the request headers in the active profile is modified.
- You can use up to 4 profiles.
** Filters **
- Filters can be used to limit when a profile is active.
- Filters are evaluated in sequential order. e.g., if you have the following filters:
Then your profile will be active on all google.com domain except mail.google.com
- When a profile is inactive due to filters, the icon will be gray out.
- Gray out the icon when the filter is not active
- Please see the ** Permissions ** section above for explanation on the new permission.
- Fix initial profile not working for new install bug
- Upgrade to manifest 2.0
- Improve filtering UI
- Only the selected profile is active
Note: this version may not be compatible with the previous version. If you are having issues, please reinstall the extension.
- Added help link.
- Added multi-profiles support
- Added domain whitelist
- Added comment column
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