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Netlify will concatenate the values of those headers into a single header as described in the RFC 7230. For example, you can include several cache-control header fields in the file, like this:How does Netlify handle multi-value headers?
Netlify will concatenate the values of those headers into a single header as described in the RFC 7230. For example, you can include several cache-control header fields in the file, like this: In a netlify.toml file, multi-value headers are expressed with multiline strings:How do I use TOML in Netlify?
In a netlify.toml file, we use TOML’s array of tables to specify each individual header rule. The following keywords are available: for: The path or URL where the headers will be added. values: A map of values to add to the response headers.Why choose Netlify edge for cache control?
Cache control on most CDNs is tricky business. On Netlify Edge, every global deploy is an instant, atomic update of your application. Worldwide caches are invalidated instantly, supporting richer applications than possible on a CDN. Deploy thousands of times daily without any risk of partial deploys or stale assets.