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This is a follow up to a previous video in which I demonstrated solutions to the access-control-allow-origin javascript error. This is a third solution that...


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Allow CORS: Access-Control-Allow-Origin lets you easily perform cross-domain Ajax requests in web applications. Simply activate the add-on and perform the request. CORS or Cross Origin Resource Sharing is blocked in modern browsers by default (in JavaScript APIs). Installing this add-on will allow...


The Access-Control-Allow-Origin response header indicates whether the response can be shared with requesting code from the given origin.


No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.


An Access-Control-Allow-Origin (ACAO) header in its response indicating which origin sites are allowed.


For security reason, browser doesn’t allow website to load javascript from other domains by default. It is known as javascript cross domain problem. I remembered that I wrote another post to talk about this when I was working on a iOS project, Ajax HTTPs Reuqest in iOS UIWebview.


Header add Access-Control-Allow-Origin %{AccessControlAllowOrigin}e env=AccessControlAllowOrigin.


Header add Access-Control-Allow-Origin %{AccessControlAllowOrigin}e env=AccessControlAllowOrigin.


Access-Control-Allow-Origin specifies either a single origin, which tells browsers to allow that origin to access the resource; or else — for requests without credentials — the "*" wildcard, to tell browsers to allow any origin to access the resource.