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Disabling The 'allow Blocked Content'


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#1 FireKracker

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Posted 24 October 2007 - 11:52 AM

I'm currently working on a small project for a local company - a basic website. There isn't anything flashy about the website (no flash content either) but evertime I preview the site in either IE or Firefox the annoying 'Allow blocked content' message pops up.

I know why the message is there its because I've designed some of the links to popup in a window. I was wondering if there is some code that can mask the presence of the popup and thus message will not appear?

I remember sometime ago that when flash animation was present on a webpage a message would appear talling the 'viewer' that they had to 'click to activate' and there was some code that you could add to your webpage to automatically play the content or disable message from popping up.

Thanks in advance :thumbsup:
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Posted 24 October 2007 - 11:58 AM

I was wondering if there is some code that can mask the presence of the popup


No. Good thing too, otherwise my pop-up blocker wouldn't be worth a darn. Embedded flash works differently than a pop-up, so that's why it could be coded to avoid the warning messages. Of course, if one has a flashblock plug-in, then that doesn't work either.

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Posted 24 October 2007 - 02:27 PM

Thanks for the input, worth a try.
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