Audio, video, and canvas are just a few of the adjustments made between XHTML and HTML5. See G2 live here nivekiam Joined:2002-12-10 Posts:16504 Posted: Fri, 2009-10-30 17:12 I'm working on creating a ticket. Privacy policies and opt-out mechanisms have become the predominant tools of notice and choice. This is a site that is accessible to the public, so we can't assume that users will have reduced their privacy settings. http://jessriegel.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-could-not-find-privacy-policy.html
In Internet Explorer (version 8), we see a privacy icon on the bottom (eye with a red circle & slash). In our case, we had this bug in the wild for months before it was reported. I did finally notice that when trying to login with IE 6 the status bar is trying to load data from an IP address on port 81. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/313558
As you finish projects in Quip, the work remains, easily accessible to all team members, new and old. - Increase transparency - Onboard new hires faster - Access from mobile/offline Try P3P:CP="This is not a P3P policy! Not the answer you're looking for?
Discussion in 'Windows XP Internet Explorer' started by Chipmonk, Jun 4, 2004. Hello and welcome to PC Review. P3p Headers When I try to log into my G3 installs it displays the domain name, not the IP address. Lastly could you tell me how you found the security log message file from IE?
Regards, Devasted and totally disillusioned. "Chipmonk" <> wrote in message news:%23q3$... > My site is hosted on my ISP's free webspace, and it works fine when you use > their URL. http://jessriegel.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-could-not-open-the-internet-site-operation-aborted.html Note my Pictures/Albumns all have spaces in the names which has caused multiple issues. The idea was that websites would post their privacy policies in P3P format and web browsers would download them automatically and compare them with each user's privacy settings. But I want people to be able to access the site by using my > domain name (which uses a frame and URL masking?). > > The problem is, when you
Powered by Livefyre Add your Comment Editor's Picks IBM Watson: The inside story Rise of the million-dollar smartphone The world's smartest cities The undercover war on your internet secrets Free Newsletters, Or is it IE? However, it is STILL blocking cookies from the site. Google also has had the pants sued off of them for it.