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how to use json in html cross domain

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whats the bast way to access json text files cross domain using jquery hopefully with an example
thanks geoff
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With jquery ?
You can't really, you need help of a server to create a proxy.
So this server/proxy load the content for you
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what about using java ajax or using pjson
thanks geoff
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what is java ajax?
if you're talking about jsonp, you can only load a javascript script with.
<script>functionname({"text":"your file text content in this string"})</script>

If you are able to send this with te right content-type application/json you're done else forget it
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yes this is what I'm yalked about in my previous post
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You can also set your script that returns your JSON data to set the access-control-allow-origin header.  With that set you can allow a page on a different domain to access your data.

In PHP you would add something like this to the top of your script:

header('Content-type: application/json');
header('access-control-allow-origin: http://yoursite.com');
header('access-control-allow-origin: https://subdomain.yoursite.com');

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Replace the URLs with the domains that you want to allow access to the data.  Note: You may see examples that show an * in place of the URL...never use it, since it allows access from any host.
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