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  • Barenco

    (@barenco)


    It does not work if the album is on a different site server. In this case we have only one blank space. Jalbum is very good, but the plugin still needs to be improved.

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  • Plugin Author mlaza

    (@mlaza)

    Hi,

    It’s not the plugin’s fault – you have to set up the cross domain policy on the remote server, otherwise the plugin is not allowed to access files.

    Laza

    Plugin Author mlaza

    (@mlaza)

    I have updated the tutorial with the CORS (cross origin request) info:
    http://www.your-site-here.com/jalbum-bridge/jalbum-bridge-tutorial/

    Look at the Chrome console, and if you see the error:

    No Access-Control-Allow-Origin header is present on the requested resource

    Happened to me too, easy to solve:

    Add a .htaccess file in the root of the remote server with as content:

    Header Set Access-Control-Allow-Origin “*”

    This works for me, Apache server (shared web service).

    For other servers more complicated lines may be required, google it.

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