The HTTP Tk header is a response-type header it is used to indicates the tracking status that applied to the corresponding request.
Tk: ! (under construction) Tk: N (not tracking) Tk: T (tracking) Tk: C (tracking with consent) Tk: P (potential consent) Tk: D (disregarding DNT) Tk: U (updated) Tk: ? (dynamic) Tk: G (gateway or multiple parties)
Directives: This header accept nine directives as mentioned above and described below:
- !: Under development. The root server is as of now testing its communication of following status.
- ?: Dynamic. The root server needs more data to decide following status.
- G: Gateway or numerous parties. The server is acting as a door to exchange including numerous parties.
- N: Not tracking.
- T: Tracking.
- C: Tracking with consent. The root server accepts it has gotten earlier assent for following this client, client agent, or gadget.
- P: Potential consent. The root server does not know, in real-time, whether it has gotten earlier consent for following this client, client agent, or gadget, but guarantees not to utilize or share any DNT:1 information until such consent has been decided, and advance guarantees to erase or forever de-identify inside 48 hours any DNT:1 information gotten for which such assent has not been gotten.
- D: Disregarding DNT. The root server is incapable or unwilling to regard the following inclination gotten from the requesting client agent.
- U: Updated. The request comes about in a potential alterations to the following status pertinent to this client, client agent, or gadget.
- A Tk header for a resource that claims not to be following would see like:
- A Tk header for a resource that claims to be following would see like
Supported Browsers: The compatibility of browsers is unknown until now.
- HTTP headers | Access-Control-Expose-Headers
- HTTP headers | Access-Control-Request-Headers
- HTTP headers | Access-Control-Allow-Headers.
- HTTP headers | From
- HTTP headers | Via
- HTTP headers | DNT
- HTTP headers | Alt-Svc
- HTTP headers | Allow
- HTTP Headers | TE
- HTTP headers | Age
- HTTP headers
- HTTP headers | If-None-Match
- HTTP headers | Connection
- HTTP headers | Want-Digest
- HTTP headers | X-Forwarded-For
- HTTP headers | Trailer
- HTTP headers | Host
- HTTP headers | Accept-CH
- HTTP headers | Referer
- HTTP headers | Retry-After
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