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Yes, it does. This is a Windows security thing (gotta love those hackers!), which does not present itself when accessing the Webhelp from a server. Since most applications will make their help available on a server, this becomes a non-issue.
If it's to be viewed on users' local machines, they'll have to agree to accept your content.
Thank you, Leon! What a relief. This will not be accessed from local machines (I think...) so I'll stop worrying.
If you want to banish the pesky little yellow information bar so you don't see it when you are testing, perform the following steps in Internet Explorer:
1. Open IE
2. In IE, click Tools > Internet Options... > Advanced tab
3. Scroll the window down until you see the Security section
4. Place a check mark in the check box labeled: Allow active content to run in files on My Computer
5. Click OK to dismiss the Internet Options dialog
Your end users would also need to do this if you intended to install WebHelp on their local PCs.
Thanks, Rick. That's helpful...but I think I have bigger problems now. Am about to post new question if my research fails...
Just got this: "Your project file is corrupt and cannot be opened. Please contact technical support."