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Friends.

I’m trying to redirect my site to Bubble.

The page has the following bug:
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  d3dqmih97rcqmh.cloudfront.net
  dd7tel2830j4w.cloudfront.net/
  d1muf25xaso8hp.cloudfront.net

According to Bubble support the problem is described below.

Access to XMLHttpRequest at my site that will receive the site directed(https://mysite1) from my website that will be redirected (https://www.mysite2) has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-allow -Origin’ header is present on the request resource.

Have any of you gone through this experience? Or do you have a solution for this?

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Same here.

Tried everything to solve but nothing till now.

The only solution was an iframe workaround… but these is certainly not what I want.

Hi @danilofpires,

@Marvas was most likely able to solve the problem before we took a look at it - they wrote in the helpdesk too.

If you’re having this issue, please share your site name so we can check.

Hi, I encounter the same issue. I also sent the case to Bubble helpdesk. I have a subdomain for my application in Bubble, is https://app.galenx.mx/ (I don’t know if that is triggering the issue)

I haven´t launch yet already, I’m in testing mode with Beta users. I’m affraid to have it when I officially launch the app, if the problem is common to happend in the future. Is better to setup the bubble application with an individual domain, rather than a subdomain?
Thanks for help and comments

the site is https://abipci.com

How do we see the error happening? I tried visiting the home page on both the mentioned URLs, but don’t see the error anywhere.

Unfortunately hrishikesh, I actually gave up. I can make it work on a free Bubble account. But on my paid Personal account, the errors persist.

Would you like to be able to count on your guidance to solve the problem? If you need I can again create a page with the error.

Thanks.

Hi Marvas,

I believe the solution is to add ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ CORS header for sciarc-housing.thelittlethings.ai to the cloudfront.net site. More info on how to do this: Adding HTTP headers to CloudFront responses - Amazon CloudFront

More on ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ headers: Access-Control-Allow-Origin - HTTP | MDN

you’re not seeing because as said, I did a workaround with iframes.

I’ll try to do the same with another domain I have.

https://df4p.com

you shoud see the content of:

As said before by another user, the irony on that is that all of this happens when you use a paid plan from Bubble.

When you do it with a free plan, that doesn’t happen. kkkkkkk.