Browsing Web Pages On My Local HD

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help and Support' started by Spok1701, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. Spok1701

    Spok1701 New Member

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    When building a Website I test the pages in IE7 on my local HD before uploading them to the server. When I do this I get that yellow Active X security bar across the top of the page each time, which I have to clear before continuing. Looking at the same pages on the server (on-line) gives no such problems.

    How can I stop the yellow bar appearing when I browse locally without compromising the general security of IE7?

    Thanks,


    Spok.
     
  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    If you open internet options and click on the security tab you'll see a button called 'custom level', click that. You can scroll down until you reach the active X area and make whatever changes you wish to. I always do this whenever I re-install vista as some of the prompts are just not needed..
     

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