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  1. Hi, So it seems that since the Chrome updated to version 50 They have removed HTML 5 Geo location on HTTP due to security. Now they do however say that it shall all work fine using a localhost for testing as it is being seen as a secure host yet it seems this does not work using a virtual host. If i do a test on "test.local" i will get the same deprecation messages as on a HTTP server but when i change it to "localhost" and run it again it all seems fine. Does anyone know a workaround to still be able to use Geo location using a virtual host or am i now stuck using localhost? Thanks
  2. Since some webpages of W3Schools discuss which browsers (e.g. Google Chrome, Internet Explorer) support certain features, I think that W3Schools should note in its jQuery AJAX tutorials that Google Chrome cannot be used to import files (e.g. .html files) from one's own hard drive, whereas Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox can. This would have saved me much time that I spent finding out the hard way, and based on other online forums, other people seem to be confused by Google Chrome's incompatibility and do not know the reason.
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