I am trying to make a basic test program for paper.js, which I intend to use for a project. I am using chrome to run the HTML and when I open the dev tools chrome seems to simply not load one of my scripts. My file structure is: Test |—mario.svg |—html.html |—scripts/ | |—script.js | … Read more
I am stuck with this CORS problem, even though I set the server (nginx/node.js) with the appropriate headers.
Cross-origin resource sharing is a mechanism that allows a web page to make XMLHttpRequests to another domain (from Wikipedia).
This question is related to Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS, http://www.w3.org/TR/cors/).
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Although they claimed that
Google Search Engine sees exactly what
modern browsers display, my website not indexed correctly.
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