JQuery :: .support.cors = True Only Allow Certain Domain - Load The Exact Same Json Data From Other Domain Or Localhost

Jan 4, 2012

I am doing some development using jQuery $.getJson lately and found the following weird scenario.

1. open google chrome without any argument then load a local html file.

2. the local html file will need to have $.getJson[url] .... bla bla bla and jQuery.support.cors = true.

3. data will get loaded

But if you try to load the exact same json data from other domain or localhost, it wouldn't works.

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My script is:

But I am still getting the error XMLHttpRequest cannot load [url]. Origin [url] is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.

XHR finished loading

I set in the destination

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{URL]

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