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You can grant anonymous access to anyone with a guest link for a specific document: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Share-sites-or-documents-with-people-outside-your-organization-80e49744-e30f-44db-8d51-16661b1d4232 As for folders and entire lists it is not possible in SharePoint Online: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/t/214014.aspx ...
There are two things to check: Anonymous users should have access to the library where you are storing JS files otherwise SharePoint will ask for credentials JS files are checked-in and published
I recently ran into this problem as well. Go to the properties of the library holding the image/document. In versioning settings change the "Draft Item Security" to "Any user who can read items". The problem was the image I had was a "draft" image. To fix it just check it out and check it in as a major version (published). Hope this helps someone else!
Office 365 gives you one site where you can enable anonymous access, the Public site. It is not possible to activate anonymous access on other sites.
Try to recycle the app pool/reset IIS after you have made that setting. Here is another possible solution. The last time I had observed this issue was when the RAM on my dev server was filled up to the brim and the server was consuming a lot of CPU. I would suggest to try and stop unwanted heavy services and processes and check if you can open the site.
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