What is HTTP-Accept-Language-Header?
Headers are so-called key-value pairs in the HTTP area. These are sent during a request by the client or the server. The metadata or connection parameters contained in them provide information about the resource (this is also referred to as the body or entity ), which follow the so-called response headers.
The HTTP-Accept-Language header is a request header. In this case it asks which language is allowed by the client. This means that if the server is set up correctly, the correct language version, if available, will be delivered to the client via content negotiation. This means, for example, that German is delivered according to Swiss spelling if the parameter“de-CH” is defined for Accept-Language.
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