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Allow JS/Ajax modal window script to run without prompts in IE

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Hello , am new to js and ajax stuff (Well web designing itself) ,
I created a js/ajax modal window ,

the problem is , IT WORKS ON OPERA , FIREFOX (NOT TESTED) , BUT NOT ON IE. Everytime , IE prompts to allow JS scripts to run , and if allowed to run ,
then my modal works , but I dont need this prompt thing , I need it to be executed automatically.

Please help me.
Nov 5 '07 #1
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acoder
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Changed the thread title. Please remember to use a good thread title.

It will probably be a setting in IE. Which version of IE are you using?
Nov 5 '07 #2

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Changed the thread title. Please remember to use a good thread title.

It will probably be a setting in IE. Which version of IE are you using?
IE 6 , Dont think it works on IE 7 ,
Well many sites have js (this one inc.) but it doesnt prompt for such sites.
Why only mine ? How can I make it execute by default ?
Nov 5 '07 #3

acoder
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What settings do you have under "Scripting" when you got to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security tab -> Custom Level...?
Nov 5 '07 #4

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