Use the HTTP Headers property sheet to set values returned to the browser in the header of the HTML page.
Enable Content Expiration
Select the Enable Content Expiration check box to include expiration information. When you include a date in time-sensitive material such as special offers or event announcements, the browser compares the current date to the expiration date to determine whether to display a cached page or to request in an updated page from the server.
Custom HTTP Headers
Use this property to send a custom HTTP header from the Web server to the client browser. To have your Web Server send a header, click Add and then type the name and value of the header in the Add Custom HTTP Header dialog box. To stop sending a header, click Remove.
You can configure your Web Server's content rating features to embed descriptive labels in your Web pages' HTTP headers. Some Web browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer can detect these content labels to help users to identify potentially objectionable Web Content. Click Edit Ratings to set content ratings for the Web site, directory or file.
MIME Map – Select the File Types to configure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) mappings. These mappings set the various file types that the Web service returns to browsers.
Enable Default Documents
Select this check box to show the user a default document when a browser request does not include a specific HTML file name. Default documents can be a directory's home page or an index page, which provides links to the document in the directory.
You can specify more than one default document. To add a new default document, click Add.
When prompted by a browser, the Web server searches the directory for the default documents, following the order in which the names appear in the list. The server returns the first document it finds. To change the search order, select a document and click the up or down arrows.
Enable Document Footer
Select this option to configure your Web Server to insert a footer automatically. This file can contain HTML formatting instructions for adding a logo image and identifying text to your web pages. Your footer file should not be a complete HTML document, and this file should include only the HTML tags necessary for formatting the appearance and function of your footer content. You must provide the full path and file name for your footer file.