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pgolle says

Hello.

I have a question. Because I’m a beginner at javascript I have a problem. I made a script for webpage, but ActiveX always asks for users permission. How can I make a script which will be ok for ActiveX?

Please for quick reply. Thanks Primo┼ż

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Mark44 says

If you are viewing it remotely on your computer during testing, it’s normal for JS files to pop this warning up. If the site is live on the net, then your JS is wrong.

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jwmcpeak says

That’s inaccurate.

The usual cause for permission inquiries is running the web page by double-clicking the icon. Doing so opens the page in the “My Computer” zone. If you run your page off a web server (be it apache or IIS ), you shouldn’t get that problem. An easy solution is to download WebMatrix and use it for your development (it has a built-in, on demand web server). Otherwise, you’ll keep seeing this issue unless you modify the security settings for the My Computer zone in IE (which isn’t recommended).

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pgolle says

Thanks!

One more question, which is the best book for jquery? I’ve bought JQ In Action, do you think this is good book for beginer?

Thanks again

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