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Quick Code: Get the domain name in JS
When your developing a site or online application that uses a lot of XML HTTP Requests (XHR) it’s generally a good idea to use a full URL when creating a request. If you then try to re-use your code across multiple sites and domains, you will find you get errors due to posting to a different domain than the current site.
var DOMAIN = 'http://'+document.domain+'/';
Then just use this variable with all your XHR calls.