The same origin policy  I wanted to make a community wiki regarding HTML/JS same-origin policies to hopefully help anyone searching for this topic. This is one of the most searched-for topics on SO and there is no consolidated wiki for it so here I...
Is there any way to disable the Same-origin policy on Google's Chrome browser?...
I'm using $.post() to call a servlet using Ajax and then using the resulting HTML fragment to replace a div element in the user's current page. However, if the session times out, the server sends a redirect directive to send the user to the...
I have a form with name orderproductForm and an undefined number of inputs.  I want to do some kind of jQuery.get or ajax or anything like that that would call a page through Ajax, and send along all the inputs of the form orderproductForm.  I supp...
I'd like to send some data using an XMLHttpRequest in JavaScript.  Say I have the following form in HTML:  <form name="inputform" action="somewhere" method="post">     <input type="hidden" value="per...
How do I make a function wait until all jQuery Ajax requests are done inside another function?  In short, I need to wait for all Ajax requests to be done before I execute the next. But how?...
How do I send a cross-domain POST request via JavaScript?  Notes - it shouldn't refresh the page, and I need to grab and parse the response afterwards....
I want to send an  "ajax download request" when I click on a button, so I tried in this way:  javascript:  var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr.open("GET", "download.php"); xhr.send();   download.php:  <? header("Cache...
I know about AJAX cross-domain policy. So I can't just call "http://www.google.com" over a ajax HTTP request and display the results somewhere on my site.  I tried it with dataType "jsonp", that actually would work, but I get a...
Does anyone know how to add or create a custom HTTP header using JavaScript or jQuery?...

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