Source View: wp_headers

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364                if ( ($client_last_modified && $client_etag) ?
365                           (($client_modified_timestamp >= $wp_modified_timestamp) && ($client_etag == $wp_etag)) :
366                           (($client_modified_timestamp >= $wp_modified_timestamp) || ($client_etag == $wp_etag)) ) {
367                     $status = 304;
368                     $exit_required = true;
369                }
370           }
371
372           $headers = apply_filters('wp_headers', $headers, $this);
373
374           if ( ! empty( $status ) )
375                status_header( $status );
376           foreach( (array) $headers as $name => $field_value )
377                @header("{$name}: {$field_value}");
378
379           if ($exit_required)
380                exit();
381