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Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS)

Using Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) you can limit resources like JavaScript, font, etc. It works as a security system, on a web page to be requested from a 3rd party domain outside the domain from which these resources delivered. Continuing CORS from the web server helps in maintaining highest control on who can access website resources.

Add the following code in your .htaccess file to execute the Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS).

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