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    How do I tell which headers my browsers has received?


    In my php program, I'm setting headers to preface an image file.

    From the browsers side (IE specific), is there a way to display the received headers?

    I'm having issues with IE when I check the properties of an image, it says the size, type and name is unknown , however, I'm setting it in the php code.

    Is there a way to debug that from the browser side once the image is received?

    Thanks
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    For IE, there's a developer tools add-on thing that you may be able to use.

    For firefox, firebug

    For chrome, Developer Tools
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    Aside from the browser's own tools, you could also install something like Fiddler which acts as a proxy and as such, should work with about any browser or app which can be configured to use a proxy. I use it quite a bit, it works well for all the major browsers.
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    Originally Posted by kicken
    Aside from the browser's own tools, you could also install something like Fiddler which acts as a proxy and as such, should work with about any browser or app which can be configured to use a proxy. I use it quite a bit, it works well for all the major browsers.
    Thanks. I'll give fiddler a shot.

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