Ie11 Iframe Access Denied
This is nasty, but since this only occurs when: a) an iframe is created, in which case, it will be a fresh `window`, so the `cachedWindowNames` should be the same list I'll check on this asap. The reason behind that is security. Platonic Truth and 1st Order Predicate Logic Speeding up a slow upgrade? http://gbnetvideo.net/access-is/xmlhttprequest-access-denied-ie11.html
It looks like the script that being referenced in the head is - agent: "js-agent.newrelic.com/nr-918.min.js". Thanks for pointing that out; I was so excited that it worked the first time that I didn't bother to reload. Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: Need help with Access is denied error in IE Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Reply With Quote 05-13-2008,07:30 AM #4 gil davis View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Nobody important Join Date Nov 2002 Posts 4,473 I did some research, and it appears that
Ie11 Iframe Access Denied
Shortest auto-destructive loop Is it possible to get a professor position without having had any fellowships in grad school? It looks like internet explorer can't access the resource: downloading it to your own server might solve the issue. niemyjski commented Apr 13, 2015 Any ideas on the cause?
Any help is greatly appreciated! Iframe.contentwindow.document Access Denied Help with a logarithm problem Centering equations under align In how many bits do I fit more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy cbracco commented Feb 21, 2013 found these (hopefully relevant) docs... What is shiny and makes people sad when it falls?
Iframe.contentwindow.document Access Denied
Hello<\/p>scriptdo things;<\/script>'"; But for some reason, such a document is unable to set its own document.domain from script Ie11 Script5 Access Is Denied I have this working fine, with one serious exception - if the document.domain property is set in the parent page (which it may be in certain environments in which this widget
It looks appears that in order to use this directive your Nginx installation has to be compiled with the HttpHeadersModule. this content It's only a suggestion and would probably be better as a comment on the original post. –Neil Monroe Sep 8 at 19:19 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote It This seems to have fixed the problem for me. –vit Jul 9 '11 at 22:50 1 weird thing is, this was the same thing I was using. For example: . Internet Explorer Access Denied
I think your best option here is to point the page to a template of your own: iframe.src = '/myiframe.htm#' + document.domain; And in myiframe.htm: document.domain = location.hash.substring(1); share|improve this answer Script5 Access Is Denied Iframe I guess an important question is: did you ever get Access Denied errors in IE8 before some of the recent changes? -Lucas cbracco commented Feb 21, 2013 I did not get Fixes #333">Fix an IE bug where the layout engine internally calls the userland `… … …Object.getOwnPropertyNames`.
In your particular case, Internet Explorer is complaining because www.example.com is a subdomain of example.com, so loading resources from one into the other constitutes a cross domain request; using window.XDomainRequest should
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I'm likely to remove this from the shim if I can't come up with a way to fix it. What happened to Obi-Wan's lightsaber after he was killed by Darth Vader? How can I forget children toys riffs? Collaborator lsvx commented Feb 21, 2013 Chris, Of course, changing the settings in IE was only to help debug, not a proposed solution to the problem :)!
I checked my stylesheet paths and they are indeed relative (see screenshot below). react, core.js, things like that? It looks like internet explorer can't access the resource: downloading it to your own server might solve the issue. To see a working example please visit lsvx.com/rem.