jquery ajax not working in firefox cross domain
The service has correctly got Access-Control-Allow-Origin set to according to Firebug, and there are no problems accessing it with Chrome/ Firefox. jQuery ajax POST from local file to access a cross domain not working. Unlike in IE, this code is not working in Firefox due to cross-domain Ajax restrictions. Of course, as soon as I upload the code to.5 [jQuery] jQuery.ajax() cross-domain JSONP via POST. JSON, AJAX is working on firefox but not in Chrome.Php JQuery ajax not working correctly - 3 replies. isset(POST[submit]) working on a.php but not in index page The OP (original post) was dealing with cross-domain XHR because AustinR was using different ports (if any part of host, domain or port differ then the browser treats the XHR as cross-domain).Category: Ajax Tags: ajax, firefox, jquery. Firefox working fine (Cross Domain).I faced this problem while posting for a wcf service via jquery ajax. My code used to work in firefox but not in IE safari. (Didnt try any other browser. ) JQuery - .ajax ContentType Problem in Firefox 2011-08-24. I am using following code to make a cross domain JSON request, .ajax( type:"POST", crossDomainCross-domain jQuery.getJSON from a Node.JS (using express) server does not work in Internet Explorer 2011-09-29. To make a CORS request you simply use XMLHttpRequest in Firefox 3.5, Safari 4 Chrome and XDomainRequest object in IE8.
jQuery example. Why cant we use Ajax outside our domain? Cross-Domain AJAX Request methods. CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing). I have a jQuery AJAX request which works perfectly in Chrome Firefox.If I set this to Yes (default no), everything works fine! The only issue is that, its NOT a cross domain request! Heres the relevant code. Unlike in IE, this code is not working in Firefox due to cross-domain Ajax restrictions.According to jQuery.ajax documentation, it should handle cross domain request with "script" and "jsonp" as data type. Im trying to develop a Firefox plugin that needs to make cross domain AJAX requests.? I can do this with the Firefox SDK function "Request" but jQuerys built-in functions dont seem to work cross-domain. JSON parsing from cross domain using jquery ajax.