HTTPS -- get HTTPS headers

The same as %HTTP% but operates on the HTTPS environment variables present when the SSL protocol is in effect. Can be used to determine whether SSL is turned on.
  • Called with the name of an HTTP request header field, returns its value. Capitalization and the use of hyphens versus underscores are not significant.
  • Request headers are sent by the browser to the server. It is not possible to access the Response headers returned to the browser.
  • Only returns headers permitted by site configuration.
  • When called without a parameter, nothing is returned. See VarHTTPS for other options.
ALERT! The HTTP and HTTPS macros are deprecated as of Foswiki release 2.1. and will be removed in a future release.

Parameters

Parameter Description Default
"name" Name of the header to get optional

Examples

Write Returns Notes
%HTTPS% 0 Returns '1' if HTTPS is active
%HTTPS{"Accept-language"}%    
%HTTPS{"User-Agent"}% CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)  
%HTTPS{"Cookie"}%   Not allowed by default.
ALERT! You can see the HTTP headers your browser sends to the server on a number of sites e.g. http://www.ericgiguere.com/tools/http-header-viewer.html

HTTP, REMOTE_ADDR, REMOTE_PORT, REMOTE_USER
Topic revision: r1 - 03 May 2016, UnknownUser
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