X-Cacheable

HTTP response header

Prefix 'X' in X-Cache indicates that the header is not a standard HTTP Header Field. Also its meaning vary from one proxy implementation to another. ... Both HITs means that the client has made a cache-able request and the proxy had a cache-able response that matched and was forwarded back to the client

Header usage statistics

X-Cacheable response header information and usage statistics.

Websites using header X-Cacheable 212,345
Percentage of websites that use X-Cacheable header 1.98%
Total discovered header values 261
Header uses directives No
Header values are unique or random No
Most popular in the country United States of America

Distribution by websites popularity

X-Cacheable detection in the top websites by popularity

Top 10k sites 358 websites
Top 100k sites 2,696 websites
Top 1m sites 26,890 websites

Websites utilizing X-Cacheable

List of websites that use X-Cacheable header

Domain Country Rank Contacts
www.nature.com United States of America 181
link.springer.com United States of America 249
www.irishtimes.com United States of America 336
neilpatel.com United States of America 468
www.mirror.co.uk United States of America 536
skift.com United States of America 688
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Geographical Distribution

Header usage distribution by websites across the globe.






Common header values

List of top common X-Cacheable header values

Header value Value prevalence
SHORT 40.75%
YES:Forced 21.11%
YES 15.28%
non200 6.54%
NO:Cache-Control=private 4.37%
CACHEABLE 3.38%
NO:HTTPS Redirect 2.35%
NO:Not Cacheable 2.08%
YES:15552000.000 0.48%
YES:3600.000 0.36%
bot 0.31%
YES:2592000.000 0.30%
NO:Private 0.28%
NO:Set Known Cookie 0.27%
NO:Non-cacheable status 0.19%
NO 0.18%
YES:172800.000 0.13%
NO:Got Session 0.12%
Matched cache 0.11%
YES:briefly:500 0.10%