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JavaScript blocked by new version browsers

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Hello, all of my JavaScript are blocked by the latest version of
Explorer. What can I add to my scripts to prevent browsers from
blocking it? I am using scripts for a drop-down menu to jump to a
specific page and also for a roll-over effect on a map. Any suggestions
or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

Jul 23 '05 #1
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wrote on 19 mrt 2005 in comp.lang.javascript:
Hello, all of my JavaScript are blocked by the latest version of
Explorer. What can I add to my scripts to prevent browsers from
blocking it? I am using scripts for a drop-down menu to jump to a
specific page and also for a roll-over effect on a map. Any suggestions
or advice would be greatly appreciated.


Do you really expect such script not to be blocked?

It is like the notice "please open your eyes to read this".

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Evertjan.
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Jul 23 '05 #2

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>>Hello, all of my JavaScript are blocked by the latest version of
Explorer. What can I add to my scripts to prevent browsers from
blocking it? I am using scripts for a drop-down menu to jump to a
specific page and also for a roll-over effect on a map. Any suggestions
or advice would be greatly appreciated.

It's normally not IE that's doing the blocking but rather XP SP2. And
this is usually only a problem for local files. If you host your files
on a web server IE should play them just fine.

Two other options you have are: make your HTML files into a HTAs (which
means, I believe, that they can only run under MS Windows); or try
adding the 'mark of the web' to the top of your files.
Andrew Poulos
Jul 23 '05 #3

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