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 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 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...
I am writing an HTML5 application that is gathering data from a few different sources using JSONP.  Anything I'm doing with a GET works perfectly.  I'm now trying to POST data, and I've run into an interesting snag.  I need to POST data f...
I would like to make cross domain request in the client end, so I chose JSONP. I am new to JSONP and would like to make a request to http://somedomain.com using JavaScript and not jQuery. It would be very helpful for my development if I get sample sn...

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