There is a page (url), I request it by XMLHttpRequest, but I'm not getting response from requested url, It's directing request to another page,  requesting --- >  page.php  getting reponse from > directedpage.php  and the question is...
I want to download the file which is coming in the form of bytes from AJAX response.  I tried to do it this way with the help of Bolb:  var blob=new Blob([resultByte], {type: "application/pdf"}); var link=document.createElement('a')...
I found a good Tutorial: tutorial  but it doesn't work locally.  The Problem is, that the responsetext returns my entire php code.  I double-click at my ajaxclock.html and use Firefox. Surprisingly, it works on the server.  Here the code: ajaxclo...
So I am trying to get the location from a header response via jQuery get. I tried using getResponseHeader('Location') and getAllResponseHeaders() but they both seem to return null.   Here's my current code  $(document).ready(function(){...
I need to access the response header from a javascript websocket connection. Is there any way to access these response header? Or at least the response code?  I only have access to the event of onclose, onerror, onopen with a few (unusable - for my p...
If your controller action looks like this:  respond_to do |format|   format.html { raise 'Unsupported' }   format.js # index.js.erb end   and your functional test looks like this:  test "javascript response..." do   get :index end   i...
I am doing an ajax call from my javascript to an aspx page's webmethod. The string I'm returning is wrapped in double-quotes for some reason. I tried stripping them out, but the replace only replaced the first one for some reason. There are n...
I am working on facebook bot, but I am in no way a node.js developer, this being my first time in using it, because I wanted to get out of my comfort zone for a little bit.  This is my request function  function requestExc() {     var resDictionary =...
Is there a possibility to remove specific HTML Elements from a AJAX (load) Response before placing in to the container? In this case I want to remove the "#containerTop", including content, from the response.  Response (HTML):  <html>...

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