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    Hi I tinker in website design. Whenever I preview a page with some sort of active content ie javascript, I get IE throwing up some sort of content blocker, which requires me to click "allow active content" then an OK window. This does NOT happen when viewing the site live online, just offline when viewing locally. I have tried all options in the security tab in internet options, but cannot seem to be abe to turn it off.

    Anyone please help me get rid of this annoying problem?

    Thanks
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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    This happens with all local content because IE is incredibly overzealous in protecting you from Javascript; even viewing an XML document blocks the Javascript IE itself generates for expanding and collapsing nodes.

    It doesn't happen online as you've seen so it shouldn't be an issue, except annoying while developing (if that's your question, I don't know the answer other than to change the local zone's security settings).
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