Thanks for doing all this. But to show you how inexperienced I am, I
never even KNEW that Safari didn't work.
And the main reason I was drawn to this script is because it's easy,
and I don't understand all the terms about DNS and CNAME and etc. So
I'm not sure where to look to implement this change. My domain names
are bought through MyDomain.com. Some of them use the MyDomain.com
NameServers, and use their automatic forwarding to the main domain for
the website, xcjuniorolympics2009.org
gets forwarded to that). But www.xcjuniorolympics2009.org
uses the NameServers from my webhost. So WHERE do I go to
Do I do this on my webhost using their cPanel, or via mydomain?
On Nov 3, 3:27 pm, "Anders Brownworth" <ander...@gmail.com
> Thanks Jackson,
> Truth be told, I was sick this weekend so I had a good chunk of idle time to
> On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 5:59 PM, Jackson Whelan <jackson.whe...@gmail.com
> > Anders - thanks for the speedy implementation of this feature!
> > You Rock!
> > Anders wrote:
> > The cross-site permissions issue blocking Apple's Safari web browser
> > has been fixed. As noted before, Safari has an overly conservative
> > outside the requested site. The end result of this is that JustHumans
> > images wouldn't show up properly in Safari because JustHumans images
> > are served from verify.justhumans.com
instead of your site. We have
> > enabled the JustHumans server to also respond to any name you make up
> > creating a way around this problem. So now if you create a new name
> > under your own domain and point it at verify.justhumans.com
> > CNAME DNS record), Safari will happily render the images and work as
> > designed.
> > For example, if you are running the sitewww.example.comand you
> > include a JustHumans form, you could create a new DNS entry calledverify.example.com
and have that point to verify.justhumans.com
> > need to create a CNAME record within the DNS for your domain name to
> > do this. Check with the people who host the DNS for your domain if you
> > are unsure how to do this.) You would then alter your JustHumans code
> > replacing verify.justhumans.com
with the new name you created:verify.example.com
> > This:
> > verification.js?k=a1b2c3..." <http://verify.justhumans.com/verification.js?k=a1b2c3..
> > verification.js?k=a1b2c3..." <http://verify.example.com/verification.js?k=a1b2c3..
> > Now, when Safari comes across this code, verify.example.com
> > your domain so Safari hapily renders the content. Additionally,
> > JustHumans notices your new domain name and uses that in the
> > images. This way everything stays within your domain and Safari
> > renders everything as expected.
> > This is running on the forms at the bottom ofhttp://www.12byzantinerulers.com/
> > if you want to see it in action. View source to see how the URL in the
> > questions on the support Google group.
> > Thanks to Brian Z. and Mad Jax for nudging me to get this done!
> > -Anders
> Anders Brownworthhttp://www.anders.com/