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'HTTP Header' visualizes invisible information of i-mode browsers

Web application developers often need to know the capabilities of web browsers and how they can be identified in a server application. The "user-agent" HTTP request header field is the most often used usually invisible information to generate browser-specific HTML pages. However, the support for natural languages (i.e. "accept-language") or content types (i.e. "accept") might also be interesting.

WebCab.de provides the service 'HTTP Header' since 1999 for WAP browsers that gives information about all HTTP request header fields sent from a WAP browser to WebCab.de's web server. WebCab.de has extended this service two months ago to support XHTML Basic for mobile Internet browsers.

Today, WebCab.de is proud to announce its first public service for i-mode1) capable mobile phones: 'HTTP Header' using i-mode compatible HTML 1.0.
i-mode compatible HTML has been specified by NTT DoCoMo based on HTML 2.0, 3.2 and 4.0 for its i-mode service provided in Japan since 1999.

Users of i-mode capable browsers are now able to see the invisible information transmitted in each HTTP request by using WebCab.de's service 'HTTP Header'.

Would you like to test it, now? Just point your browser to:

  //webcab.de/cgi-bin/httph.cgi/c

1) i-mode is a registered trademark of NTT DoCoMo.

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