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A Django middleware that inspects the HTTP Accept headers sent by browsers.

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A Django middleware that inspects the HTTP Acept headers sent by browsers. It adds a new method to each request instance called accepts(str) which can be used to determine if a certain mimetype is accepted by the user agent that issued the request.


pip install django-accept-header


First add the middleware to your file:

    # ...

To check if the text/plain mimetype is accepted by the user agent:

def some_view(request):
    if request.accepts('text/plain'):
        # do something

The ordered list of accepted mimetypes can also be used:

def some_view(request):
    for media_type in request.accepted_types:
        # do something

See the full documentation for how to use the media types please see the full documentation.



To run the all tests run:


0.3.0 / 2016-02-02

  • Change package name to django-accept-header.

  • Make python3.5 the default version used for tests.

0.1.0 / 2015-11-26

  • First release on PyPI.

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