Posted 28 December 2005 - 01:57 PM
Ummm, I know exactly what you're asking and I don't know quite how to put it in non tech terms to explain it. But I will say that it is a security setting within IE regarding how frames are handled within a domain. And how they are handled across web domains. I'm trying to find a tutorial that would explain it more clearly, but I'm not having much luck. Maybe somebody else knows of one.
But anyway to resolve your issue. I think you've somehow altered a default setting and it's now set to prompt. Instead of the default setting, which is enable.
To check this go to IE>Tools>Internet Options>Security Tab. Click on Custom Level, then scroll down, about 2/3rds of the way down to "Navigate sub-frames across different domains". I'm betting that it's checked as prompt, not the default setting of enable. If you have your internet security set to medium, the default is enable. If you have it set High, that may be how it was changed. I don't use IE except for MS updates, so I don't know for sure. I know this isn't an explanation of what you're seeing, but at least I think you'll be able to change it. hth
Be (default setting) Safe
Da Bleeping Advisor, Animal
Edited by Animal, 28 December 2005 - 01:59 PM.
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