I try to post a slack message via the fetch API in a browser:  fetch('https://hooks.slack.com/services/xxx/xxx/xx', {   method: 'post',   headers: {     'Accept': 'application/json, text/plain, */*',     'Content-t...
Is it still necessary (or even good practice) when using HTML5 to declare the script type when using a script block?  e.g. <script type="text/javascript">  Plus what about using a CDATA block in the script for browser parsing?   e.g. //...
I've been setting up an import script for plain-text files in a web application.  My script is as follows:  function dataImport(files) {     confirm("Are you sure you want to import the selected file? This will overwrite any data that is curr...
I'm building a new app with 3.0.0.beta3. I simply try to render a js.erb template to an Ajax request for the following action (in publications_controller.rb):  def get_pubmed_data     entry = Bio::PubMed.query(params[:pmid])# searches PubMed and...
I want to know the content type of a given url input by the user inside my Javascript code. Actually, I have a drop-down list (html,csv,xls etc.) and I want to make it so when the user inputs an url, I want to detect the type of the content of the ur...
How can you set the Content-Type header to "application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8" using JavaScript?  I need to do this so I can view a form with french characters without generating errors.  Thanks...
When making a call to the server of the third party domain without a request content type, I get a CORS error and no response. But when making a call with a content type text/plain (which is the the true content-type of the response) then I get a res...
Is there a way to get the content-type of an iframe's content inside the load event handler function attached to it?...
I'm working on form submission with AJAX but using plain JavaScript, no external libraries.  I've been having a problem when it comes to parsing the form as the PHP doesn't seem to be parsing the data correctly.  From some research on the...
<input type="file" ng-model="articleimg" placeholder="upload related img">      $http.post($scope.base_url+'create.php',              {params {view:'view',articleimg:$scope.articleimg}})             .then...

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