||18:29 CST :: 7/13/2010
Group: PH Administrators
Joined: July 2008
Total Posts: 1361
I need help.
I have this website that's hosted by 000webhost.com
I've uploaded a PHP file that echos the value of a variable that's stored in a database.
I created an html webpage that I've put on my desktop so that I can just open it anytime to look at some web-stats.
How do I say this..
01) Web document is opened from desktop
02) AJAX sends request to PHP stored in 000webhost
03) PHP returns a value
05) I am free to display the value anywhere I want on the web document
However, AJAX doesn't allow cross-domain requests.. Right?
Is there a way to say 'I allow anyone to access this PHP file' ? o.0
Here's just something I put together real quick:
It echos: EZTagger =)
Edited by luciusxx on 18:33 CST :: 7/13/2010
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