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problem with IE and cross-site scripting


patricktbuckley

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I often find with certain sites that when I try to return to a previous web-page on Internet Explorer (latest edition), the page fails to load, I get a hash type symbol in the top left and this pop-up statement: 'IE has modified this page to help prevent cross-site scripting'.

Does anyone know how to solve this? Do I need to configure IE to prevent this? If so, how?

All help greatly appreciated.

Patrick

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Woolwell

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Stopping it is not recommended. For how to stop it and why you may not want to see IE cross scripting

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patricktbuckley

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Thanks, Woolwell. Excellent answer - having read the article in your supplied URL and now understood its purpose, I'll stick with cross-scripting. Patrick

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