How Does ghs.google.com Work?

Hi, Ever Wonder when you use ghs.google.com while adding a custom domain in Blogger how it works?

 Well, Your program sends a solicitation to Google's server with the Host: yoursite.com header.

Google looks into this hostname in an (exceptionally vast) database mapping hostnames to sites, at that point serves the comparing site.

This database incorporates App Engine applications, Google Apps nom de plumes, BlogSpot online journals, and different things.

How does ghs.google.com know where to point?

In HTTP 1.1, the browser sends a bunch header that contains the name of your domain, to ghs.google.com whereas requesting any content from it.

A GET request, for example, would look like

GET /pub/WWW/ HTTP/1.1
Host: www.w3.org


ghs.google.com can match the content of this header to see what content (and that site) it's to remit to the browser.
How Does ghs.google.com Work? How Does ghs.google.com Work? Reviewed by Shehzad Arby on April 23, 2019 Rating: 5

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