JavaScript CORS Request: Get remote page via DOM without CORS restrictions

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js-url-cparser 1.0Custom (specified...5HTML
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This object can get remote page via DOM without CORS restrictions.

It can retrieve a page from a given remote site URL working around CORS restrictions by using a server side PHP script to get the page.

The object provides access to the parsed remote page via a DOM object.

It can also display a representation of the retrieved page structure inside a given element of a current page.


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grab a page locally from given URL to handle its DOM tree with native JavaScript DOM methods ,without CORS limitations
		*how to use*

		var url='https://www.phpclasses.org/';
		var UP=new UrlCParse(url);
			alert(e.detail.data.url_img[0].src);//here you can find the parsed data in the e.detail.data object
			//or a better and sure way:

		document.getElementById(UP.getResponse).addEventListener("UrlParsed", function(e){
			alert(JSON.stringify(e.detail.data.url_meta));//here you can find the parsed data in the e.detail.data object
		}, false);

		 //or a more simple way
		var url='https://www.phpclasses.org/';
		var UP=new UrlCParse(url);
		document.getElementById(UP.getResponse).addEventListener("UrlParsed", function(){
			alert(JSON.stringify(response.data.url_meta));//here you can find the parsed data in the response.data object
		}, false);
		for a local use when the url you try to parse is from the same domain as the requester you can avoid the PHP file
		usage by specifying true in the constructor as second parameter.
		Note that the usage of PHP in the package is mainly to go around the CORS limitations.And thus is very worth when you
		want to parse different domain's (from yours)  urls.
		these are the full list of objects you will find  in the data object:
		data =  {
					[url_meta] => 	{
					[url_title] =>  "title textnode"
					[url_http_equiv] => {http-equiv meta tags}
					[url_twitter_meta] => {twitter meta tags}
					[url_og_meta] => {open graph meta tags}
					[url_h1] =>		"textnode",
					[url_h2] => 	{
					[url_h3] => 	{
					[url_h4] => 	{
					[url_h5] => 	{
					[url_h6] => 	{
					[url_links] =>  {
										[textnode]=>"href attribute",
					[url_img] =>	{   [0]=>{
		In the example above we use the element 's ID "manage" as the parseUrl method first parameter.This is useful only
		to print a brute format of the object data  in the chosen element.To avoid this behavior you can fill an empty
		string or an inexistent ID. 
		You can also use this object "e.detail.document" to handle the parsed URL DOM tree directly in your code 
		or in the short way if your response variable is "response" for example : response.document.
		example: 	alert(response.document.getElementsByTagName('title')[0].innerText);      
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Accessible without login Plain text file getUri.php Aux. php script useful to avoid CORS limitations
Plain text file js.urlcparser.js Class class source
Accessible without login Plain text file license.txt Lic. license file
Accessible without login Plain text file new.html Example example script
Accessible without login Plain text file readme.txt Doc. readme
Accessible without login Plain text file test.html Example example script

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