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Have you ever logged into a Windows server and seen that a dev has installed Chrome or Firefox to get rid of "funny Internet Explorer warning messages"?
Yes, well me too. But you can turn these warnings off in a few clicks.
Right click "My Computer"
In the resulting dialogue click Configure IE ESC (on the right side of the window in the "Security information" section
You'll get the following dialogue:
From here, it is simple to turn off the messages which are actually called "Internet Explorer enhanced secruity configuration" rather than "funny messages".
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Can you confirm which internet browser you are using as the site is only compatible with Internet Explorer at the moment. If you're using another browser you may have to switch to a machine that has Internet Explorer in order to submit your claim.
Now you my readers are more than aware what is wrong with this - on so many levels.
My plea then is to the government. Why in this day and age do you have so many
with an .xml file extension and drop it into Internet explorer. IE will complain if the TPL is not well formed XML.You can also validate it against the appropriate DTD which is in iw-home/local/config.4. Use LoggingBy logging I don’t mean this:open FILE, ">
I’m getting close to being done with the Umbraco ‘place’ datatype. As soon as Virgin Media restore my Internet service at home I’ll be ready to release!Since my first post, place markers are now draggable for extra accuracy and you can place multiple maps within a document type. Maps in different tabs is now supported after an initial issue with maps which were rendered while not displayed.
, media service, Perl, Technology Internet written on 09 January 2009",
"tags": "document using Web services, media service, Perl, Technology Internet",