You understand how IE includes the popup stopper thing integrated now Well when ever I test away my webpage (its many on my HI-DEF not online) around IE it happens with " To support protect your reliability, Internet Explorer provides restricted this report from showing active content that could access your computer system… "
I think I understand what is causing it- it is just a frames page and I have inserted a code to the BODY tag associated with some pages like this:
< BODY onload=" parent. frames2. location='.. /right. html'; " >
so it will eventually open some content into your right frame when it the principle frame loads.
So what I want to know is, when this page is actually online, will this come about to everyone which uses that variation of IE Can there be a way close to it Or will I have to put a note within the page somewhere revealing to users to push ‘allow blocked content’
This can be so frustrating… I wish WE actually knew what i used to be doing
I didn’t realize where to post this to the forum, so I hope this is fine. Thanks guys!
As soon as your page is going live, IE won’t throw this malfunction. It is is definitely some Setting within Ie’s tools-> choices me thinks..
I just checked, in IE move Tools-> Internet Options, Click the superior tab. Scroll to the security segment. Check the " Allow active content to perform in files about My Computer"
Expect this helps.