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Does anyone know how to do this?

From what I understand, it's more than just setting the Access-control-allow-origin. XSS also has to be enabled.

Can anyone explain this proceedure for Apache 2.2.2 on CentOS 5.8?

Many thanks in advance!


Have no idea why. This is all enabled on the server. I also should've included that this is for a cPanel environment, and apparently, that's not available.

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Need at least mod_headers, from what I understand. How to here: How to enable mod_headers on centos

Then, I guess you do this http://dev.nuclearrooster.com/2011/01/03/cors-with-apache-mod_headers-and-htaccess/

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