HTTP headers are pieces of metadata that provide additional information about the HTTP request or response. They include information such as the type of content being transmitted, the server software being used, the date and time of the request or response, and any cookies being transmitted.
Using the "Get HTTP Headers" tool, you can inspect the headers of any HTTP request or response by entering the URL of the web page or resource into the tool. The tool will send a request to the web server and retrieve the headers, which are then displayed in a structured format.
The information provided by the "Get HTTP Headers" tool can be useful for troubleshooting web server issues, analyzing network traffic, and understanding how web applications work.