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How do I get rid of a javascript warning message from my browser?

Asked by LostInParadise (29741points) July 5th, 2009

I copied a Web page containing javascript to my desktop computer. .After tracking down all the image files, the page opened without any problems. I then made some simple editing changes. When I open the page I now get a warning about potential dangers of javascript. After saying that I will take my chances, the page opens just fine. Why does it give the warning messaget now but not before and what can I do to get rid of the message?

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Javascript gets mad when you try to access pages on a different domain. So your computer is probably running things as localhost and it is making a call and it says “fuck no” this is a huge security risk. Javascript isn’t supposed to load stuff outside of the domain that hosts it.

This kinda explains it.

LostInParadise's avatar

If I move the page to my Geocities account, I can open the page without warnings. What do they have that I don’t?

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