Cookie

The Cookie HTTP request header contains stored HTTP cookies associated with the server (i.e. previously sent by the server with the Set-Cookie header or set in Javascript using Document.cookie).

The Cookie header is optional and may be omitted if, for example, the browser's privacy settings block cookies.

Syntax

Cookie: <cookie-list>
Cookie: name=value
Cookie: name=value; name2=value2; name3=value3

A list of name-value pairs in the form of <cookie-name>=<cookie-value>. Pairs in the list are separated by a semicolon and a space ('; ').

Examples

Cookie: PHPSESSID=298zf09hf012fh2; csrftoken=u32t4o3tb3gg43; _gat=1

Specifications

Specification
HTTP State Management Mechanism
# cookie

Browser compatibility

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See also