So this would be solved by getting access to YCMaker's PHP files then ....right?
Not quite sure. I however somewhat have a feeling that we might not even need access to the PHP files. Though that depends somewhat on how the site responds to requests from another domain. If this site cooperative enough, we only need to figure out how to make requests and interpret the response, by poking at it (or looking at the PHP files). I know that it doesn't handle effects with question marks very well; maybe there are other troublesome characters.
Another thing that needs investigation is the size limit. Images uploaded straight from the user's device to the card maker are encoded as text, which could result in "large" files (basically the size of the image and then some).
EDIT: After looking at it for a bit, it seems that the card maker doesn't want to share its resources. Browsers prevent scripts from accessing data stored on a different domain, unless said domain explicitly gives permission to access it. YCM doesn't seem to want to share its information though. This is mostly enforced to protect the different sites and the user from each other.
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