The active content are - java scripts, Flash applets, java applets, any kind of ActiveX, VBScript, etc. When you are browsing such pages online or inside Offline Explorer, the system treats this as Internet Zone and do not warn you. But if these pages are being browsed from your hard disk, the system sets higher level of warnings.
I should like to explain the problem: I want to download a website with a lot of html-books. When I download and save that books by means of my Internet Explorer I can read that books ofline without any problems. But when I download that books by means of the Offline Explorer I see the annoying Windows message about the stopped dangerous content. As a result I cannot use that files comfortably and I cannot give them to other people. The message about the stopped active content appears always - even when I download a Web page without any java applets and so on. If you need a proof you can give me the URL of any Web page from your website or any other website that does not contain any active content and I will download it by means of the Offline Explorer and send you the screenshot with the stopped dangerous content. It looks like the Offline Explorer adds something to the downloaded Web pages. Otherwise why the Wep pages downloaded by IE, Netscape and Opera can be browsed offline without problms? In any case I do not want to switch off the Windows security system. Why OE cannot download the Web pages as safely as IE, Netscape and Opera?
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This line tells the browser to skip warnings. If you try to open the page with Notepad, remove the line, save the page and try to browse it offline, you should get the same message.
Please try to do it on your system. Do you get the same results?
To add this "protection" line in Offline Explorer, please export the downloaded Project with the "Add original URL to HTML files" box checked. Try to browse exported Web pages. The warning should not appear.
Is it so?