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SCRIPT5: Access is denied.

SCRIPT5: Access is denied.

(OP)
Why is IE showing this error in the console and what is it trying to tell me.

The line number is

Quote:

Line: 1, Column: 1

But that is

CODE

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> 

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RE: SCRIPT5: Access is denied.

are you loading resources from an external domain via an iframe?

RE: SCRIPT5: Access is denied.

Yes, Javascript will consider subdomains as different domains. You can fix that with

CODE

document.domain="common domain"; 
On both sides.

Cheers,
Dian

RE: SCRIPT5: Access is denied.

and note that there is a jquery bug that was fixed in 1.10.2 if loaded from an iframe.

RE: SCRIPT5: Access is denied.

sorry - i don't the version history of the bug. My recollection is that it was introduced in 1.10 and fixed in 1.10.2 but it may well have been in an earlier version too.

if you serve jQ from the same server rather than a CDN then yes, that should work. if you're serving from a CDN then the document.domain thing won't work with versions that have the bug in it.

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