What is hidden in the "Other" in column Initiator?
Caught the Facebook bug, but as I can not understand. Aborts the current request browser request to Facebook. Graphically it looks like this:
The problem with (canceled) and the following query which is called Other.
Someone already seen this?
October 3rd 19 at 03:55
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"What is hidden in the "Other" in column Initiator?"
October 3rd 19 at 03:57
Chrome is so uninformative shows that the query runs from an iframe.
I saw this bug, but how the iframe can be added to other people's pages?
commented on October 3rd 19 at 04:00
Why someone else? I think Facebook has the right to use an iframe on their pages. :)
And what's a bug of Facebook, then? If you acccess any more or less complex page, you can see a similar picture.
For the sake of interest opened tape, G+, chrome made 250 requests and 20 with an error. 1 was also canceled, according to the script timeout.
commented on October 3rd 19 at 04:03
See the screenshot:
1. The user redirected on post dialogue
2. The user accepts the request, there is a redirect on 1
3. As polzovatel logged in there is a redirect to us.
4. Further there are two redirect from our site
The problem is that steps 3 or 4 (our website) can be interrupted as in the screenshot. That is, after the user is gone from Facebook.
This happens only if the user is not logged in Facebook.
commented on October 3rd 19 at 04:06
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