The HTTP Content-Location header indicates an alternative service, or location, for the resource.

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The HTTP Content-Location header is often part of the Content Negotiation process and indicates a direct URL to the resource. Unlike the Location header, which concerns the HTTP response in general, the Content-Location header is related to the resource itself.


Content-Location: <resource_url>


The Content-Location header indicates a specific or relative URL for the resource.

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Last updated: June 2, 2022