Removing text from d/l webpage source
|sammie||02/21/2011 05:43 am|
Once I d/l a web page in OE, and view the webpage source using Dreamweaver CS4, I see the text
<!-- saved from url=(1234)http://www.mypage.com/index.html -->
just after the code
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C........
Now, if I remove this line (<!-- saved from url=....) and view the page in IE8, I get a warning
'To help protect your security, IE has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX......'
now if I put the line (<!-- saved from url=....) back in, IE8 does not give this warning.
Question is, how can I remove the line (<!-- saved from url=....) and IE not give me a warning?
I am assuming OE is adding the line (<!-- saved from url=....)
|Oleg Chernavin||02/21/2011 05:46 am|
|Yes, this line was added with the special purpose - to ensure better offline browsing compatibility when viewing pages from the disk.
I assume you made export of the site with the "Add original URL" box checked. This setting adds the line.
Regarding the warning - you should contact Microsoft support about the ActiveX contents warning and how to stop MS Internet Explorer from showing this message.
|sammie||02/21/2011 07:00 am|
|I unchecked "Add original URL" box and have no problem now.
This was a strange problem because the 'original URL' text is a comment in the source and removing it should make no difference to the webpage loading.
Anyway thanks for that.
|Oleg Chernavin||02/21/2011 07:37 am|
|This is how Internet Explorer is designed. They introduced this comment line format in IE 6.0 version, as I remember. Lots of security restrictions were added.