The Access-Control-Max-Age HTTP header is a response header that gives the time for which results of a CORS preflight request that checks to see if the CORS protocol is understood and a server is aware using specific methods and headers, can be cached. The CORS preflight request contained in the Access-Control-Allow-Methods and Access-Control-Allow-Headers headers.
Directives: This header accepts a single directive mentioned above and described below:
- <delta-seconds>: It specifies how many maximum seconds can the result be cached.
Note: If -1 is present then caching is disabled.
- In this example, the results of a preflight request get cached for 200 seconds.
- In this example, the results are not allowed to be cached.
Supported Browsers: The browsers are compatible with HTTP Access-Control-Max-Age header are listed below:
- Google Chrome 4.0
- Internet Explorer 10.0
- Opera 12.0
- Firefox 3.5
- Safari 4.0
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