I'm writing a web page, which should interact with pages on another server using an iFrame. I want to use a form on the parent page to post to the URL on the iFrame and capture the response, without reloading the parent page.
Here are the details:I have a FORM on the parent JSP page, with some session data in hidden fields. The point to note is that the whole session data is on the client side, in encrypted form. This data should be posted to the server for each request, synchronous or asynchronous.Now, I need to call an application on a server on a different domain. For this purpose, I am using an iFrame. The session data in the parent page should also be passed to the application in the iFrame.
Is there any way to resize an iframe dynamically to the height of its content that works cross browser and works when the iframe content is on another domain than the main page (I have access to both pages, so code can be put in either) Also, it must resize when links in the iframe are clicked (ie when a new page within the iframe is loaded)
I am using .ajax() to access cross-domain data using JSONP. Because I need to be able to cache the data I want to use a static name for thejsonpCallback function, so I have set the jsonpCallback option in the .ajax() request. However that appears to requires a global function whereas the auto generated function didn't (well maybe it did but that was all hidden from me).
I definitely need to be able to cache the results. Ideally I wouldn't have a global function handling the data. Is there another way to do this? If not what is the best practice way to go about using a global function these days and how do I provide it with the context of the object/module it was called from - which is where the data is needed?
I am recentlyexperiencinga problem with .ajax calling cross domain asp.net webservice. It started working fine, until the data returned from server is becoming too big and suddenly the ajax call caused errors, if i reduce the data length then the error went away. After doing some debug, i have identified the problem being the callback was inserted into the returned data.
I'm currently developing an application (in php) for a website that is to be integrated into their website using iframe. It's imperative that it's done using iframe as I am placing the application on my own server. In short, the iframe element appears on my customer's website (lets say customer.com) - something like this:
However, it's quite imperative that my application (i.e. what's located at myserver.com/index.php) only can be shown in iframe elements placed at customer.com. That is: I want to make sure that a similar iframe element from another web server (lets say anothercompany.com) has the possibility to iframe my application located at myserver.com.
My first idea was to check this using php in my application: by looking at HTTP_REFERER, I can get the location of the page containing the iframe element. That solution seems to work fine. However, as is well known, it is possible to spoof and even hide the http_referer server variable. Still, as I only want to make sure that no other server accesses the application through an iframe object, it should perhaps be an okay solution - if someone wants to access the application from their own browser, and spoofing the HTTP_REFERER variable, I'm fine with that. (I just want to make sure that only customer.com, and not anothercompany.com, can integrate the application with an iframe).
I have need to communicate between two iframes of the same domain, which live inside a parent page on a different domain that I have no control over. This is a Facebook app and the basic layout is this
apps.facebook.com/myapp L iframe1 (src='mysite.com/foo') L iframe2 (src='mysite.com/bar')
I need frame1 to talk to frame2, but in Opera I can't access window.parent. frames['frame2'] to do the usual cross-domain methods (updating location.hash for example) Is there an alternate way to accomplish this in Opera?
I trying to make a call to an external domain using $.ajax() and it WORKS, the server receives the call, but the response in firebug errors out in jquery.js line 7760. I've been beating my head at this all day and don't feel like I've made it much further.
I suspect it has something to do with the dataType or type of the request. But I've tried all kinds of things from POST to GET to JSONP in the type. For dataType, I've also tried "html", "text", "xml", "json", and even some combos of "text html" but no success.
Yet, when i made the json calls(cross domain), it just return me nothing. However, under the same domain, I got the pop-up alert and return me the relevant data. But getJSON is suppose to be feasible across all domains irrespective of the same-origin policy.
Im trying to validate a form (easy) and POST it to a third party WCF service. I am able to validate and POST data to the service, but its returned data (in table format) keeps opening in a blank page with their url in the browser address bar. Can't have that, I need to grab the returned data and .append it to a div on my page. Here is what I have that FAILS
Need some working sample code to post hidden form data from a php page to a new popup window. 540 x 500 centered. The popup that I'm calling already is formatted and has a TITLE:web-2007.php so what I need to do is to write the values from the PHP page to that popup in specific places.
Some of the hidden values are also like this format;
Relatively new to jQuery but have a problem with getting data to display.Using a webform with 2 forms. User slects and inputs data into the first form, clicks a button then using jQuery .ajax submits the serialized data to a php script. The script processes the input into multiple paragraphs of text which is based on the input from the first form.The data is returned to the webpage and displayed in a text area (of the 2nd form) where the user can edit it to fine tune the wording. The 2 forms are displayed in different tabs so it is easy to move back and forward between the 2 forms.
The problem occurs when the user goes back to the first form and enters or selects different text and then click the submit button to generate a whole new text for insertion into the textarea on the second form. For certain fields the modified text is displayed.However if the whole of the text in the textarea is deleted, then the user clicks the submit button to re-generate the text content area then nothing at all is ever interted into the textarea. If have user alert to check that data is returned from the php handler and this text is correct. BUT when I click on the tab to see the textarea (id is "draftrec") there is no text inserted. The relevant function is below and the line that should insert the text into the textarea is:
If running off of the local filesystem, in Firefox, or if the security settings are set appropriately, in Internet Exporer, XmlHttpRequests can be sent to any domain of your chosing. But what about cookies? Can cookies be accessed for any domain of your chosing?
For example, although www.domaina.tld can't access cookies for www.domainb.tld, can c: access cookies for www.domainb.tld?