Create an HTTP response header modification rule in the dashboard
To create a rule:
Go to Rules > Transform Rules.
Go to the Modify Response Header tab.
Select Create rule.
In the rule creation page, enter a descriptive name for the rule in Rule name.
Under When incoming requests match, select if you wish to apply the rule to all incoming requests or only to requests that match a custom filter expression.
(Optional) To define a custom expression, use the Expression Builder (specifying one or more values for Field, Operator, and Value) or manually enter an expression using the Expression Editor. For more information, refer to .
For Modify response header, select one of the following operations:
- Set static — Sets the value of an HTTP response header to a static string value. Overrides the value of any existing headers with the same name or adds a new header if it does not exist.
- Set dynamic — Sets the value of an HTTP response header according to the provided expression. Overrides the value of any existing headers with the same name or adds a new header if it does not exist.
- Add — Adds an HTTP response header with a static string value. This operation will not remove any existing response headers with the same name.
- Remove — Removes the HTTP response header with the provided name, if it exists.
Enter the name of the HTTP response header to modify in Header name and the static value or expression in Value, if you are setting the header value.
To modify another HTTP response header in the same rule, select Set new header. You can modify up to 30 HTTP response headers in a single rule.
The following example includes the modification of three response headers:
To save and deploy your rule, select Deploy. If you are not ready to deploy your rule, select Save as Draft.
If you choose to deploy your HTTP response header modification rule, the new rule will be enabled. If you save the rule as a draft, the new rule will be disabled.