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You cannot use a standard GET request. You must obtain the access_token and then POST the necessary parameters. The steps are currently: Setup: Register your app. Link it with a post here on Stack Apps that has a legitimate [app] or [script] tag. In most cases you will also tag it with placeholder. In your app: Have the user authorize your app and ...


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First can I say, you might want to use your own icon. Font Awesome is a very useful and easy to use icon toolkit that lets you add icons with simple CSS classes. You could use http://fontawesome.io/icon/star/ if you want :) However, if you want to use SE's button, in Javascript, if you want to override an event handler, you need to return false; or call ...


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Don't use the default button. That's bad UI anyway. Add your own favorite button for each answer. And, since you will be using your own classes, like: <a class="myStarOff" href="#" data-ansID="1234" title="Click to add as favorite answer (click again to undo)"> favorite</a> <a class="myStarOn" href="#" data-ansID="56789" title="Click to ...


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