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    IE and the information bar

    Hi. I am new at this. I haven't created a webpage in a while. I use DW and I have a nav menu created with js. Wheneven I view my page in IE6-7 the information bar opens along with info that IE has "restricted the webpage from running scripts", etc. There is probably a simple fix for this but for the life of me I cannot figure it out yet. Do I lower my security concerning running js and active x?

    Thanks. Oneshort

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    Re: IE and the information bar

    post your code... I if i had to take a wild guess i would bet that you forgot to change a link or image location on the page... IE doesnt like it when a page tries to link something on their computer (ie: <script src="c:\document and settings\user\desktop\exc.">

    but post all the html and javascript so we can take a look at it,
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    Re: IE and the information bar


    Hi there oneshort,

    and a warm welcome to these forums.

    This only happens locally. To effect a cure for the page add this snippet of code directly after the DOCTYPE...
    Code:
    
    <!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet -->
    
    To permantly disable this information do this...
    1. open IE.
    2. click 'Tools'.
    3. click 'Internet Options'.
    4. click 'Advanced' tab.
    5. scroll down to 'Security'.
    6. check 'Allow active content to run on My Computer'.
    7. click 'Apply'.
    8. click 'OK'
    9. have a beer.

    Further reading:-
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/author/dhtml/overview/motw.asp
    Last edited by HTML; 03-09-2012 at 10:39 AM.



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