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* domain (allowing for wildcards!) will be redirected to
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I tried using "iframes" and am facing cross domain issues.

All that I want to do is, set and get the attributes of the elements of the webpage from the other domain (eg: set text field value, get dropdown box values, click button etc)

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I create eLearning materials which are given away as a communty service to help people improve their health. A typical eLearning project has a few educational screens (using a Learner Management System-LMS-template) and an interactive exercise (on an external web page-htm or html-usually accessed by button which navigates to the exercise's URL).

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I tried document.referrer, using JavaScript. Using the referrer URL from inside the lesson and adding the JavaScript to the exercise's htm code worked OK in FF, but not in IE 8. In FF, if the referrer was not the correct single URL from inside the lesson, then it redirected; if the correct URL, the exercise appears.

The JS code follows:

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