JQuery :: IE Warning For Running Scripts

Jun 18, 2011

Is there some way to have my websites appear to be safe so that IE does not present the security warning for running scripts? None of the javascript is allowed to run unless the user "Allows Blocked Content". If I pay extra to have my sites considered "safe" will this avoid the IE warning issue?

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Jquery :: How To Display Delete Warning

Jan 21, 2011

PHP Code:
<html><head><script†type="text/javascript"†src="[URL]"></script>
<script†src="/js/jquery.confirm.js"†type="text/javascript">
</script>
<script†language="javascript">
//†load†jquery†here†before calling†this
$(document).ready(function()†{

//†delete†the†entry†once†we†have†confirmed†that†it¬should†be†deleted
$('.delete').click(function()†{
var†parent†=†$(this).closest('tr');
$.ajax({ .....

In above code I want that when admin delete any event, there should an warning message prompt but my jquery not works.

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If I am doing this:

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I get in both cases the same result, the expected elements are in my object, but in the second case, I get a Firebug warning saying "Unknown pseudo-calls or pseudo-element 'first'". This happens each time I am adding any :filter to any selector which uses more than one single expression. Does that mean that I should create my selectors as I did in the first case?

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Jan 18, 2007

I'm hoping that someone here can help us out. We are in
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website (link to old version below). The site is (and
will continue to be) driven by PHP, javascript, and MySQL.

The problem I'd like to overcome is the browser's
navigation backwards through the tiers of screens and
menus. We have a "Back" link on the required pages, but
I would like to let the user navigate via the browser's
built in "Back" function, without getting the following
warning (from Netscape, in this case):

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The page you are trying to view contains POSTDATA that
has expired from the cache. If you resend the data, any
action the form carried out (such as a search or online
purchase) will be repeated. To resend the data, click
OK. Otherwise, click Cancel.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

There is no secure data, nor purchases involved. I
believe this is built into the browser, but I'm hoping
there is a way to bypass the warning without breaking
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this is a javascript issue, but if I'm wrong, please
let me know and I will post to a PHP group.

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Dec 31, 2010

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Ive been hunting around here and the web but I cant find anything solid.

Can someone direct me to the solution?

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Jun 27, 2010

Have form where visitors fill in a few '<input type="text"> fields that require simple integer numbers. (I may be making a mistake in just using text fields? Please mention in reply in conjunction with main question below).

Here is a typical row:

<td>Box of dozen red pencils</td><td>$1 per box<td><td>Number of boxes wanted</td><td><input type="text" name="redpencils" id="redpencils" size="6"></td>

There are four colours and all are different prices per box. Blue are $1.20, Yellow are $1.50 and green are $1.70 per box. The form says that a minimum order is $10. I want that a warning comes up and submission fails if the entries add up to less than $10. I have simple default browser warnings come up if the required fields (like name, phone number) are not filled in. I want similar if the orders do not add to $10 or more.

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Jan 22, 2011

PHP Code:

<html><head><script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.google.com/jsapi"></script>
<script src="/js/jquery.confirm.js" type="text/javascript">
</script>
<script language="javascript">
// load jquery here before calling this
$(document).ready(function() {

[Code]...

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Mar 23, 2009

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<html>
<head>
<script type="text/javascript">
function dyk() {
document.getElementById('test').innerHTML = "foobar"; }
</script>
</head>
<body onLoad="dyk();">
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</div>
</body>
</html>

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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Nov 4, 2009

Even I am trying the browser close event for cross browser and this should trigger only when X button is clicked or page is refreshed. Here's the code pasted above which I am using but it only works in IE. I know the issue is because of window.events and ClientX/ClientY. my code to make it work in all browsers? This is very urgent and have been striving since 3 days...

*Please Note: Current code is working in IE only and to check you have to close the browser window or refresh the page with mouse click

=====================
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"><head>
<title>Warning Test</title>

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So I uploaded the IE6 folder and put the line of code below the <body> declaration and changed the {e("js/ie6/")} to the icon folder.But I don't see any instructiosn after I uploaded the IE6 warning folder. Has anyone used this? Is there somthing I should do after I zipped the IE6 folder and uploaded it?

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i have written this peice of code:

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When i click on the close button, i get a message asking me wether i want to close the window or not, when i click the link and open up the same page in a different window, i can click close, and it will do it. My question is this: Can i load a page up straight away, asif i have clicked the link?

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Master pages in WEBSERVERAPPLICATIONS

CSS and Javsasripts are in WEBSERVER

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Dont know even though the image gets accessed by Https. why it is still giving that warning.

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Master pages in WEBSERVERAPPLICATIONS

CSS and Javsasripts are in WEBSERVER

And in css I have background:url no-repeat right top;

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Perfect.

Doesnt work. When i check this box, the page loads without the warning, but then the Javascript just doesnt work. Getting quite annoying, because this file is my home page.

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Code JavaScript:
$(document).ready(function() {
// Creating custom :external selector
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[Code].....

This works on any "href" external link or link with class of "external". I have one link that needs to be added that is external but needs to appear to not be and not give the warning message.

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I have been trawling everywhere, I cannot find a solution anywhere for the following:

I need a webpage with two list boxes and a text box, I want the two listboxes to be dynamic/cascading (the second dependant upon the choice in the first).

And the textbox dependant upon the selection from the second listbox.

This data has to come from a XML file stored on the local PC or Network drive.

Most importantly I do not want the user of the page to be prompted with the activeX warning.

The PC's are secure so I cannot tweak the reg, it gotta work completely with XML, XSL, Javascript etc only Can this be done if so please can someone post a simple example.

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