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    Resolved [RESOLVED] "X-Frame-Options" to "SomeOrigins"

    Hi,

    So one of the company wanted to view my website (which is created using VS 2013, MVC 5 and C#) on their own (WordPress). At first the problem they told me is that my website didn't allow "Cross-Site" so I search for a way on how am I going to allow that functionality and luckily I came across using:

    Code:
    [AllowCrossSiteJson]
    Public ActionResult Name()
    {
    
    }
    And then the next problem they told me is that I need to apply it for an SSL. So I purchase an SSL and install it in IIS on my local server because that's where my project reside, and I was able to use the "HTTPS" for the website. Now the problem they told me is about

    1. Refused to display 'https:/alias.name.org/appname' in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'sameorigin'.
    2. net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_RESPONSE
    Is there anyone know what to do about this?

    Thank you

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    Re: "X-Frame-Options" to "SomeOrigins"

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...ent-via-iframe seems to have a solution, it will remove the X-Frame-Options from your site and allow them to be embeded,

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    Re: "X-Frame-Options" to "SomeOrigins"

    Thanks PlausiblyDamp

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