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Cross-domain communication January 11, 2012 9:16 pm

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : HTML, Programming, Technology
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If I have an aspx site on one server, let’s call it foo.com and I have a php site on another server, let’s call it bar.com, and I want to use an iframe to include data from foo.com within the bar.com site, security for iframes prevents this correct?

So, if I instead create a subdomain of foo.com, let’s call it bar.foo.com and use bar.foo.com for the aspx site, does that overcome the cross-domain security issue since both sites are now part of the foo.com domain or does the nature of bar.foo.com being a tertiary domain still create the security issue since bar.foo.com is technically different than foo.com?

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