Josh Cranwell comments: Hi John, Thanks for posting, this I did try this earlier hence why asked ktrusak how do this (just incase I did it wrong) But when I did It seems that IE is caching AJAX requests for some reason I am unable to comprehend. share|improve this answer answered Jul 13 '09 at 19:19 Nick Ooo . . I had no idea how you worked this out, and I dread to think how much time you lost 🙁 but it solved my IE9 AJAX woes!!Anurag on http://da4design.com/not-working/ajax-calls-not-working.php
They all fired except "success". share|improve this answer edited Feb 3 '14 at 22:22 John Saunders 138k20179324 answered Jul 1 '11 at 9:45 Amber Mahajan 15412 add a comment| up vote 9 down vote Try setting The IssueWhat is happening is that you’re likely making a GET request to a web service for your AJAX call. Do electronics distributers test each component before sending them out?
TSA broke a lock for which they have a master key. Thanks a lot 🙂Mark on April 22, 2015 Reply Made my day. Keep us posted 2013-02-01 Martin Pham answers: Your problem may be in check_ajax_referer function. ([[LINK href="http://queryposts.com/function/check_ajax_referer/"]]http://queryposts.com/function/check_ajax_referer/[[/LINK]]) Please try this:
It might be my server setup and IE's cross domain scripting blocks or something like that. Jquery Ajax Not Working In Ie Try modding this line as follows: url: '?r='+Math.random(); Have you looked at the headers? Should I report it? Magento add dynamic text in Shipping Method Progress block in checkout page how does xcolor's \color work?
Try changing your request to a POST instead and see if that takes care of the problem. Internet Explorer 11 Ajax Caching There are several ways to prevent AJAX requests from being cached.POSTOne option is to simply use POST requests instead of GET requests in your application. The code is: