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  1. Sometimes people pick up games and never feel inclined to pay for the season pass. For people who never opted to buy the season pass or DLC for Star Wars Battlefront, EA has a sweet deal: A free season pass. The only hitch? You'll need to own Star Wars Battlefront on PC and the free season pass will only be available through EA's Origin service. The pass usually retails for $20, so it's a no-brainer to go download it if you have Battlefront on Origin. The free release comes as part of EA's ongoing On The House program that periodically releases free games and/or DLC to its Origin users. Heck, even if you don't own Star Wars Battlefront, you can still log into Origin and claim the season pass - you just won't be able to play it. The season pass includes the Death Star, Bespin, the Outer Rim, and Rogue One: Scarif. These four bundles add sixteen maps, eight hero/villain characters, and four game modes. The On The House program is a pretty sweet deal, but it never announces when its offers will end. If a season pass for Star Wars Battlefront sounds enticing, you'd better download it sooner rather than later. The sequel, Star Wars Battlefront II releases on November 17, so this On The House offer is probably meant to drum up some additional excitement for the impending release.
  2. Sometimes people pick up games and never feel inclined to pay for the season pass. For people who never opted to buy the season pass or DLC for Star Wars Battlefront, EA has a sweet deal: A free season pass. The only hitch? You'll need to own Star Wars Battlefront on PC and the free season pass will only be available through EA's Origin service. The pass usually retails for $20, so it's a no-brainer to go download it if you have Battlefront on Origin. The free release comes as part of EA's ongoing On The House program that periodically releases free games and/or DLC to its Origin users. Heck, even if you don't own Star Wars Battlefront, you can still log into Origin and claim the season pass - you just won't be able to play it. The season pass includes the Death Star, Bespin, the Outer Rim, and Rogue One: Scarif. These four bundles add sixteen maps, eight hero/villain characters, and four game modes. The On The House program is a pretty sweet deal, but it never announces when its offers will end. If a season pass for Star Wars Battlefront sounds enticing, you'd better download it sooner rather than later. The sequel, Star Wars Battlefront II releases on November 17, so this On The House offer is probably meant to drum up some additional excitement for the impending release. View full article
  3. Hello everyone. I am getting the following errors after an amount of time. That time can vary, it usually takes a few good minutes to come up. https://gyazo.com/7e81b98065b5558d8697f90711c65331 sorry i accidentally hit the quote button twice & couldn't figure out how to remove it. What i've read on the internet is that it's an addition that Extra life would have to make on their end. Something similar to this, if you're using apache: Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*" AllowOverride all Order allow,deny Allow from all My site is http://extralifealerts.com & all my code can be seen by looking at the source code. I don't have anything hidden. Decided to post my code. I two .html files that it happens to, both are almost exact mirrors of each other when it comes to grabbing the json data. I am assuming if i can fix it in one then i can fix it in the other, assuming this error is a problem on my end. <html> <head> <title>Extra-Life Alerts</title> <meta charset="utf-8"> <link href="controller_blue.ico" rel="shortcut icon" type="image/x-icon"> <link href="teamAlert.css" rel="stylesheet"> </head> <body> <?php header('Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *'); ?> <script type="text/javascript" src="./javascript/jQuery/jquery-2.1.4.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="./javascript/jQuery-url-parser/2.3.1/purl.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="./javascript/dropzone/dropzone.js"></script> <!--<script type="text/javascript" src="./javascript/feedback/jquery.feedback-1.2.0.js"></script>--> <script type="text/javascript" src="//cdn.jsdelivr.net/jquery.marquee/1.3.1/jquery.marquee.min.js"></script> <!--<script type="text/javascript" src="./javascript/json-parse/json_parse.js"></script>--> <script> var currentDonation; var priorDonation = "0"; var getText; function init() { $.ajaxPrefilter(function( options ) { options.async = true; options.cache = false; options.crossDomain = true; }); // Parse setup parameters. var id = $.url().param('id'); var audio = $.url().param('audio'); var playAudio = document.createElement('audio'); var marquee = $.url().param('marquee'); var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest(); //var url = "http://extralifealerts.com/tempTeamDonations.txt"; var url = "http://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.team&teamID="+id+"&format=json"; function startXMLHTTP() { xmlhttp.open("GET", url, true); /*xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function () { getText = xmlhttp.responseText };*/ /*$.ajax({ url: url, type: "GET", async: true, dataType: "json", }).done(function(data){ //console.log("IN AJAX Data is "+data); currentDonation = data; });*/ $.ajax({ url: url, type: "GET", async: true, dataType: "json", jsonp: true, crossDomain: true, success: function (data) { //console.log("IN AJAX Data is "+data); currentDonation = data; } }); //currentDonation = JSON.parse(getText); //console.log("after function currentDonation: " + currentDonation); xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function () { if ((xmlhttp.readyState == '4' && ( xmlhttp.status == '200' || xmlhttp.status == '204' ) ) && ( ( currentDonation.totalRaisedAmount != "0" || currentDonation.totalRaisedAmount >= priorDonation ) )) { if(currentDonation.totalRaisedAmount == priorDonation) { return true; } else { extraLifeAlert(xmlhttp.responseText); //console.log("Executing the extralifealert function"); } } }; xmlhttp.send(); /* Debugging steps*/ //console.log(xmlhttp.onreadystatechange); //console.log("TEST BEGINNING Amount: Current: " + currentDonation + " | Prior: " + priorDonation); } setInterval(startXMLHTTP,5000); function extraLifeAlert(response) { var teamName = JSON.parse(response); var teamGoal = JSON.parse(response); var raisedAmount = JSON.parse(response); document.documentElement.style.overflow = 'hidden'; // firefox, chrome document.body.scroll = "no"; // ie only if (teamName.name) { $('#posts').find('.teamName').text(teamName.name); } if (teamGoal.fundraisingGoal) { $('#posts').find('.fundraisingGoal').text(teamGoal.fundraisingGoal); } if (raisedAmount.totalRaisedAmount) { $('#posts').find('.totalRaisedAmount').text("$" + raisedAmount.totalRaisedAmount); } if(priorDonation == "0"){ setTimeout(function () { $(document.getElementById('posts')).fadeIn(1000); }, 1000); } if (currentDonation.totalRaisedAmount > priorDonation) { setTimeout( function() { $('#posts').find('.totalRaisedAmount').fadeOut(1000); }, 0); setTimeout(function() { $('#posts').find('.totalRaisedAmount').fadeIn(1000); }, 2000); setTimeout(function(){ if (audio) { playAudio.setAttribute('src', './audio/'+ audio); playAudio.loop = false; playAudio.load(); playAudio.play(); } }, 1000); } priorDonation = currentDonation.totalRaisedAmount; /** Debugging steps */ //console.log("TEST END Amount: Current: " + currentDonation.totalRaisedAmount + " | Prior: " + priorDonation); } } setInterval(init, 5000); </script> <div id="posts" class="entireMessage" style="display:none"> <div id="teamGoal"> <span class="teamName"></span><br> Goal: $<span class="fundraisingGoal"></span><br> Total Raised: <span class="totalRaisedAmount"></span> </div> </div> <script> /*$('.entireMessage').marquee({ duration: 8000, gap: 50, delayBeforeStart: 8000, direction: 'left', duplicated: true });*/ </script> <script> var effect = $.url().param('effect'); var font = $.url().param('font'); var headID = document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0]; var link = document.createElement('link'); link.rel = 'stylesheet'; link.type = 'text/css'; link.href = 'http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family='+font+'&effect='+effect; headID.appendChild(link); document.getElementById('teamGoal').className = 'font-effect-'+effect; document.getElementById('teamGoal').style.fontFamily = font; </script> </body> </html>
  4. EA is introducing the On The House promotion as a way of showing appreciation to the gamers who have downloaded Origin onto their computers. Though most gamers have probably played Dead Space by now, those who haven't should take this opportunity to play one of the best survival horror titles in recent years. The only requirement to acquire Dead Space is to download it through Origin. Once you've added it to your account, it is yours forever. Why is EA doing this? Seemingly, just because they can and want to do something nice. Or maybe to get people to think more positively about its mostly maligned Origin platform. Dead Space was released in 2008 and was highly praised for its new approach to combat and updating the survival horror genre. Since then, developer Visceral went on to make two other Dead Space titles and is now working on the next Battlefield game. View full article
  5. EA is introducing the On The House promotion as a way of showing appreciation to the gamers who have downloaded Origin onto their computers. Though most gamers have probably played Dead Space by now, those who haven't should take this opportunity to play one of the best survival horror titles in recent years. The only requirement to acquire Dead Space is to download it through Origin. Once you've added it to your account, it is yours forever. Why is EA doing this? Seemingly, just because they can and want to do something nice. Or maybe to get people to think more positively about its mostly maligned Origin platform. Dead Space was released in 2008 and was highly praised for its new approach to combat and updating the survival horror genre. Since then, developer Visceral went on to make two other Dead Space titles and is now working on the next Battlefield game.
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