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I'm writing a very simple code. Basically, there will be an array of strings from which one is randomly chosen and written to an element on the page. Here is a simplified version of how I'm executing it:

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<head>
<script type="text/javascript">
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document.getElementById('test').innerHTML = "foobar"; }
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</head>
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</body>
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My only concern is the "Active Content" warning that comes up in IE. The clientele (mostly older people) are probably going to be IE users and many of them might be so untrusting of computers that they'll take the warning as a legitimate concern. Is there another way to write this simple code to avoid the warning?

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