I am trying to hack up the layout of our public facing website(which I am not the designer of) for a possible intranet application.
I refactored and removed any non-essential layout markup from the html and css. I now have a pretty minimal layout without any content.
I am using IE8. When I open this template from a local drive (no web server), IE gives me a activex / script warning.
The code isn't very long and I can't find any section that would be considered a script of any kind. It's all just html and css. What piece of code is causing this?
Something interesting - If I open the same page from a web server serving the page, I receive no warning. What gives? Thanks.
Here is a zip of the template in question:
IE doesn't like any scripting in local files opened in the browser.
This probably includes filters, like:
in your css.
You'd need to tweak your browser settings, or put up with it.
Lien 41 in you CSS file has the following code:
Can whoever marked this down, remove their mark please.
It seems that the negative points have transferred to me as the editor...
With no marks or comments I can delete the answer completely.
a comment or a mark means it stays around forever!