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However, previously it was enough to just allow mangahelpers.com to get this to work.
So why does it now require googleapis.com?
Last edited by anonym9191; January 22, 2009 at 04:04 PM.
I'm no tech, so I'm just quoting google:
Originally Posted by google-san
API stands for "Application Programming Interface". Notice the dynamic search box, I'm guessing that's what's used. I hope that was a good enough enough answer (also to be honest, I'm no sure myself )
Last edited by ibra87; January 22, 2009 at 05:30 PM.
Actually, I would have suggested that too - as that is more or less what APIs are used for
However, I wondered that it worked without allowing googleapis.com before.
However, maybe it was previously hosted on mangahelpers.com too and now they only link to the one on googleapis.com - or I had to allow it previously too and just forgot that I had (though somehow I don't believe that ).
No, you're right, it worked without allowing googleapis.com before...
It's just more convenient to link it from googleapis for us currently. It might go back to being locally hosted, but that's something we have to see in the future.
And it's the jquery files that's being linked. ^^