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Origin Null Is Not Allowed By Access-Control-Allow-Origin?


The first thing I would like to say is that I looked around for an answer to this for quite some time, but everything I found was about jQuery. This is not about jQuery. I have some code (below), but when I ran it in Firefox then Firebug gave me this big, incomprehensible exception. I tried it in Google Chrome and got something a bit more useful: "XMLHttpRequest cannot load http://www.wikipedia.org/. Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin." (If you'd like to know why I was trying to access Wikipedia, I often use it as a test site.)

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