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    browser blocks script

    hello friends.
    i have created a menu using java script.
    i want to use that .js file in every html page.

    but when i open browser, it says the script has been blocked. if i click it and say "Allow Blocked" content, then it displays the full window.

    so has the user every time click the "Allow Blocked content' button?
    it makes no sense..
    how should i approach to solve this?

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    Re: browser blocks script

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    Re: browser blocks script

    Hi there ravindarjobs,

    here is some more information...

    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 10:36 AM.



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