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Thread: crossdomain.xml

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    crossdomain.xml

    How do you put crossdomain.xml file in place?

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    you upload it to the folder on the other server where the php files are located

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    How to write a cossdomain.xml

    Thanks Joran420

    Quote Originally Posted by joran420 View Post
    you upload it to the folder on the other server where the php files are located
    I'm having trouble understanding how this text file should look. I see the code in this link
    HTML Code:
    http://www.crossdomainxml.org/
    but after trying, it didn't work.

    Any more help would be appreciated.
    Thanks again

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    that code should work fine...

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    it didn't work, I put it in the folder were the php resides but it's not working. how can I trouble shoot this?

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