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    Internet Explorer affects Javascript?

    Hey guys,

    Recently I've added an addition to my site; a javascript featured image slider / slideshow where it cycles and fades between a select amount of images.

    Everything works great and it works in all browsers except for the dreaded IE The problem with IE is that the script doesn't work at first because it requests permission (the popup at the top) and the page doesn't work correctly until permission is granted. I was just wondering if there was some way to bypass this, as it is quite annoying, but not the end of the world.

    Thanks,

    Element

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    The way to bypass that is to upload it to the web.

    IE only applies that restriction to pages that are direct file references on your own computer - because there the script has access to your entire computer and not just the web page.
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    Oh, currently my site is just off my PC as I'm finishing it up, as soon as it's uploaded to a host this should be resolved?

    Element


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