I am working with an Angular 2 & Ionic 2 app. I had to change to another server for testing and the API has stopped working with the below error message:     Response for preflight has invalid HTTP status code 403   I added this to .htaccess  <...
Index.html  <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en" ng-app="echo">     <head>         <base href="/">         // Other JS and CSS File     </head>     <body>        <div ng-view></div>...
This issue is concerning another topic: Creating Ajax website with links of multiple subfolders is failing. Please also have a look into the discussion where the solution for that issue was found.  My current issue with that solution is that when now...
I'm in a big project with 15 sub sites and 13 different schema pages. Currently, the site is based on ui.route for all pages and my data set by $http angular request. After tests and trials on search console its looks like google don't see al...
I am trying to create an audio visualization project on codepen. I tried hosting the audio file with OneDrive, but I was receiving CORS restriction errors. Now I have gone a step further and created my own web server (http://publicwebserverdemo.hopto...
I have a form with many many fields...  When submitting these fields, I use the POST method which hides the actual variables passed along to the PHP page.  However, I can't get rid of the complete link.  Changing from GET to POST did make all the...
I have a single page website and would like to achieve the following:   back button working as if it was a normal website  and instead of say,      www.mysite.com/index.php?p=#this-is-a-great-product   I'd like to have this url     www.mysite.com...
I am writing a mobile web page which has both a redirect and two manual backup links (for when the redirect doesn't work) to a Facebook Page.  The link takes the form:  fb://page/[PAGE ID NUMBER]   The redirect and link work in Chrome Mobile and...
Using a pushState enabled page, normally you redirect SEO bots using the escaped_fragment convention. You can read more about that here.  The convention assumes that you will be using a (#!) hashbang prefix before all of your URI's on a single pa...

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