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doing away with cross-frame scripting security in IE 6

hello -

i am using VBA within a microsoft access project to automate internet explorer. what i am doing is reading data from various frames in the IE window and loading them into a table. however, this cross-frame scripting security with IE is really getting on my nerves. i can't even use VB to navigate to frames located on a different domain. the page in question uses framesets, not iframes.

question: how can i DISABLE the horrid nightmare that is the cross-frame scripting security measure in IE?

i have tried adding the domains to my trusted zone and also tried HTA's, but no luck.

perhaps there is some way to re-write the HTML in the page before it is actually parsed and before IE's dreaded security protocols wake up and clamp down on the document?

i have been looking for a work-around for this for over a year and am at the point now where i really need it soon.

if anyone can help me with this then it would be the best ever.

thanks in advance.
Apr 11 '07 #1
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Since HTML is only concerned with the structure and content of the displayed page, there is nothing here that can help you along those lines. You might ask about this in the javascript or VB board
Apr 12 '07 #2
thanks. i'll repost there.
Apr 12 '07 #3

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