Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of computer security vulnerability typically found in Web applications. XSS enables attackers to inject client-side script into Web pages viewed by other users. A cross-site scripting vulnerability may be used by attackers to bypass access controls such as the ...

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Sharepoint Iframe Cross Domain

I developed a web part that is loading a dialog, something like: var dialog = SP.UI.$create_DialogOptions(); dialog.url = '_layouts/page.aspx'; etc.. Inside this dialog I have several stuff and ...
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Cross-site collection navigation in SharePoint 2013 Foundation

Is there a way create or activate cross-site collection links. So if I'm under the Accounting Department site I can go into the Marketing Department site. I looked all over sharepoint and no luck.
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Access and USE list data across site collections

I have two site collections in SharePoint Online environment (Office 365 dedicated). Site A: https://SharePoint.com/sites/SiteA (Data Source - Read Only Access) Site B: ...
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I need to have the data from a list in another site at the same level to be available as a lookup in sharepoint 2010

I have a parent team site (Services) that contains multiple sub sites. One of the sub Teamsites is Call Inventory Containing our Stock List. Another Teamsite is called Purchasing containing a purchase ...
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Content search web part ( CSWP ) based on url / sitecollection - Cross site publishing - sharepoint 2013

I'm having 6-7 different sitecollection with different styling, menues, (managed) navigation ... using only (1) masterpage! ex: http://awesomewebpage.com (styling.css) http://awesomewebpage.com/hr ...
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Cross-site custom calendar

I have two team sites, in the same site collection, called "teachers" and "students". The former is only for trusted users, while the latter is for non-trusted, external users. On the "teachers" site, ...