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  To allow active content and javascripting in Internet Explorer ...

To protect your computer from harm Internet Explorer restricts active content from visited web pages. Active content is content that relies on either ActiveX controls or computer code called a script to work properly. Examples include stock tickers, video, slide shows, and animated content on Web pages.

When you visit our page you may see the message ...

To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this file from showing active content that could access your computer. Click here for options ...

This message appears because our slide show page runs scripts. Internet Explorer is blocking the active content portion of the page but allows the rest of the Web page to open so you can see how it functions without the scripts.

Unfortunately, unless you allow your Internet Explorer browser to run our scripts, the slide show is disabled ... you will only hear the music. Our web page is safe. To see the entire slide show allow the page to run scripts on your computer. Follow the steps below:

1. Click the Information Bar.
2. Click Allow blocked content.

OR ... you may set your Internet Explorer's Internet Options to always allow ActiveX controls. To set up this option, follow these steps ...

  • Open up IE ... Select "Tools" ...
  • Select "Internet Options" ...
  • Select "Security" tab ... select "Custom Level" ...

  • Scroll down and locate the item "Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls" ...

  • Select "Disable"
  • Click OK ... followed by another OK.
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