The HTTP Access-Control-Expose-Headers header is a response header that is used to expose the headers that have been mentioned in it. By default 6 response headers are already exposed which are known as CORS-safelisted response headers. They are namely- Cache-Control, Content-Language, Content-Type, Expires, Last-Modified, Pragma.
Note: Multiple headers can be used.
- <header-name>: It specifies the header that needs to be exposed other than the safe listed headers specified by CORS. If there are multiple headers in use we separate them using commas.
- *(wildcard): It is used for requests without HTTP cookies or HTTP authentication information. It should be noted that the Authorization header cannot be wildcarded and needs explicit mentioning.
- In this example, the Accept-Language HTTP header is exposed. It can be noted that it is a non-CORS safe listed header.
- In this example, the Authorization HTTP header was needed to be mentioned explicitly as it can’t be wild-carded normally.
Access-Control-Expose-Headers: *, Authorization
Supported Browsers: The browsers are compatible with HTTP header Access-Control-Expose-Headers are listed below:
- Google Chrome 4.0
- Internet Explorer 12.0
- Opera 12.0
- Firefox 3.5
- Safari 4.0
Note: *(wildcard) directive may not supported on Safari and Internet Explorer.
- HTTP headers | Access-Control-Allow-Headers.
- HTTP headers | Age
- HTTP headers | Via
- HTTP headers
- HTTP headers | Allow
- HTTP Headers | TE
- HTTP headers | Want-Digest
- HTTP headers | Date
- HTTP headers | Last-Modified
- HTTP headers | Cookie
- HTTP headers | Expect
- HTTP headers | Range
- HTTP headers | Set-Cookie
- HTTP headers | Retry-After
- HTTP headers | Digest
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