I created a internal website for out team with muse. Sadly standard browser is internet explorer.
When I want to open the site i get this message: "internet explorer has restricted this webpage from running scripts or activeX controls"
Is there any possibility to solve that problem?
I already Implemented the following Metadata: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=11" />
But that didn't solve the problem.
Can anyone help?
And is it possible to choose the browser via code?
Thanks for helping.
It's a warning, not an error - it's Microsoft trying to protect your computer from local HTML files.
Your client should not see the message if the site is on a web server.
If they do, it tells that the server is a file server or a different configuration.
You may add the below note when hen distributing the site link so the viewer can disable the warning.
Go to Internet Options > Advanced Tab and scroll down to security.
Tick Allow Active Content to run in files on My Computer.
Hope this helps!
To add to the reply by Ankush.
Along with any flash content.