Content-Locationfor all static web page requests - the header contains the current URL.
To see this in action, use Rex Swain's HTTP Viewer to view this page at our web site: http://www.phdcc.com/phd.html.
If you look in the received output, you will see that the
Content-Locationheader is set to the requested URL:
Content-Locationheader is used to indicate when the content actually corresponds to another URL. So if you look at http://www.phdcc.com/ you will see this output:
ie the web site home page is actually called
While this is a harmless change for most users, it did in fact fool our FindinSite-MS search engine - I am in the process of releasing a new version to cope with this. Our ISP Crystaltech claims that nothing has changed. Has anyone any further information?