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$spip_header_silencieux

August 2010 — updated on : July 2010

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This variable is used to specify if you want the HTTP header [1] to only contain the data relating to the SPIP version and the plugins employed, which SPIP does by default.

Here is an example of a screenshot provided by Firebug :

To restrict the data contained in the HTTP header as much as possible, just add the following line to your config/mes_options.php file:

$spip_header_silencieux = 1;

Footnotes

[1The HTTP header is used to analyse what the web site has provisioned (more precisely, the web site server, actually) when you request a URL from your browser. You can test what the server returns on this site: http://www.outils-referencement.com...


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