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Responsive iFrames

IFrames are commonly used to allow embedding of third-party content. Many popular services, such as YouTube and Facebook, make extensive use of IFrames in their embeddable widgets. On a responsive website, all page components must be responsive. There are multiple ways of making an IFrame responsive. Some responsive IFrame use-cases can be solved with simple […]

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AJAX, IE8 & XMLHttp Requests

Cross Origin Resource Support or CORS for short, or HTTP Access Control, available in recent browsers, allows you to make cross-domain HTTP requests; the only requirement being that you must have control over the server-side implementation of the domain targeted in your XMLHttpRequest calls. Source: http://www.kendoui.com/blogs/teamblog/posts/11-10-03/using_cors_with_all_modern_browsers.aspx

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