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Hi all,

echo('<script src=""></script>');
seems to work fine. At least no messages in the browser console.

echo('<script src="'.$_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].'/jscripts/splide.min.js"></script>');

Seems not to work fine, I get this error:
Refused to execute script from 'https://www...../jscripts/splide.min.js' because its MIME type ('text/html') is not executable, and strict MIME type checking is enabled.

Searching the internet I've seen only people saying I should change the mime type and add type="application/json" instead of "application/javascript". No need to say none of them worked for me.

In my htaccess there is:
Header set X-Content-Type-Options "nosniff"

Any idea?

As always thank you in advance!

What I have tried:

I've tried to search Google, changing the MIME type, loading the script from another web site...
Updated 4-Sep-22 23:37pm
Member 15627495 4-Sep-22 23:46pm    
the path you use is too deep on 'root server' ....
the www is inner server, and not known by 'user computer/client' when calling the resource.

try something from one folder after , so the first folder for a base of path.


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Member 15627495 is pretty much correct, the DOCUMENT_ROOT variable is designed to produce the path to the directory where the file is executing on the server, not in the browser. I don't know how your error message is producing 'https://www...../jscripts/splide.min.js', I wouldn't expect that URL to begin with https://

The reason you're getting a text/html response is probably because the server is producing a 404 error for that address, and chances are it's returning a generic HTML page. Try viewing the source of the page and see what the produced full URL is, then see if you can access it directly via a browser tab address bar.

If your script files are always from then consider just using /jscripts/splide.min.js which will allow the browser to load the script even from longer URL paths.
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