|This page was nominated for deletion on 11 June 2008. The result of the discussion was Merge.|
The topic for this page is sufficiently distinct from JSON as to merit its own page. It had, I guess, originally been a standalone topic, and then in 2008 was merged, I take it. Subsequently, it made less and less sense to keep it in the JSON page, and so in 2010 it was re-instated as an independent topic.
The following sentence makes no sense.
By convention, the browser provides the name of the callback function as a named query parameter value, typically using the name jsonp or callback as the named query parameter field name, in its request to the server, e.g., How the browser knows the name of callback function is? How the browser knows what the jsonp request is to provide the query parameter?
IMO the sentence should be:
By convention, the website has to provide the callback function specified in the query parameter. Typically the parameter is named callback or jsonp. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 07:36, 13 November 2013 (UTC)