I'm developing a page that pulls images from Flickr and Panoramio via jQuery's AJAX support.  The Flickr side is working fine, but when I try to $.get(url, callback) from Panoramio, I see an error in Chrome's console:     XMLHttpRequest...
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...
Format wise, file type wise and practical use wise?...
Is it possible to post data to JsonP? Or does all data have to be passed in the querystring as a GET request?  I have alot of data that I need to send to the service, cross domain, and it is too large to send via the querystring  What are the optio...
Is it possible to catch an error when using JSONP with jQuery? I've tried both the $.getJSON and $.ajax methods but neither will catch the 404 error I'm testing. Here is what I've tried (keep in mind that these all work successfully, bu...
I want to send request parameters to other domain   I already know that Cross Scripting needs JsonP and I have used JsonP with Jquery ajax  but i do not figure out how to do Cross Scripting as using XMLHttpRequest   following code my basic XMLHttpR...
I am making a cross domain JSONP call using this code:  jQuery.ajax({         async: true,         url: 'http://mnews.hostoi.com/test.json',         dataType: 'jsonp',         method: "GET",         error: function (jqXHR, t...
I have a webservice that when called without specifying a callback will return a JSON string using application/json as the content type.  When a callback is specified it will wrap the JSON string in a callback function, so it's not really valid...
I'm trying to load an external page using JSONP, but the page is an HTML page, I just want to grab the contents of it using ajax.   EDIT: The reason why I'm doing this is because I want to pass all the user information ex: headers, ip, agen...
This question related to another question, which was asked year ago. Author asked how to make cros-origin request using JavaScript and Wikipedia API and one comment was:     en.wikipedia.org doesn't seem to allow CORS   and he was advised to us...

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