[RESOLVED] Using JS on browser without allowing ActiveX
I am developing an internal site for IE8. In one of the applications, I'm using JS and jQuery, and when I bring it up, it automatically allows the site to be used without the warning,
"IE has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls that could access your computer."
But, now I am writing a smaller JS program (like a Rollover image), and I run it, it comes up with that error and I have to allow for ActiveX controls.
Is there a JS library or another code snippet I can include so my users don't have to go through this?
Am I correct in noting that this will only happen on the local browser and it won't happen if I load this page onto a web server? I thought the same thing. However, when I load certain pages on the local server (that use JS and jQuery), the warning doesn't come up. Why is that?
Ok... Appears I have been able to solve my own issue.
When using the local host, place this line in the header, after the DOCTYPE...
<!-- saved from url=(0016)http://localhost -->
Then the ActiveX Control warning will go away...
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