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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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IE7 and blocked content...

Poster: ppillard
Dated: Wednesday September 26 2007 - 14:52:05 BST

Is there any way to convince IE7 that the milonic menu is OK to run without having to adjust the security settings? I don't want potential clients to have to deal with "...allow blocked content".

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Re: IE7 and blocked content...

Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday September 26 2007 - 22:22:02 BST

How do you know for sure the menu is the problem? This is the first time I've heard of this.

Also, as always, a URL would help.

Re: IE7 and blocked content...

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Saturday October 6 2007 - 2:59:18 BST


Is this happening on the web or when you test locally? If locally I think it does that by default. I'm not sure it happens on the web.


Re: IE7 and blocked content...

Poster: Andy
Dated: Monday October 15 2007 - 18:11:44 BST

This will only happen if you access content from a local hard drive, Drive C:\ for example.

Accessing the menu from the Web, Intranet or even a Network Drive will not display the warning.

Please note that the reason the network drives are allowed is so that the menu will work on CD's - CD Drives (as far as the Operating System are concerned) are classed as network drives.

-- Andy