HTTP headers serve for transferring additional (not displayed) information between ContentKing and your website’s server.
Based on HTTP headers you can identify our monitoring as well as whitelist ContentKing in case our crawler is being blocked by your web server.
Default HTTP headers
By default, ContentKing sends the following HTTP headers with the monitoring requests:
Setting custom HTTP headers
On top of the default HTTP headers, you can also set custom HTTP headers that will be part of ContentKing’s monitoring requests.
Out of the box, ContentKing supports the following custom HTTP headers:
If you want to set a different custom header, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to set it up for you.
To set custom HTTP headers for a website, follow these steps: