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Javascript Problem


 
MairneOne I have a problem with an upgrade I did the other week.

I had a terrible systems crash and decided to upgrade to WIN2000 for the operating system.

The ebook runs fine until the top frame javascript starts to rotate the banners.  I get the following error:

"Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet sitefile://C:\Documentsand Settings\Marine\Local Settings\Temp\e\11965-030112-105602-48.a2k\mc_quotes.htm."

I have double checked ever file in the book, and find no reference to a link such as that.  I am sure that it deals ONLY with the new directory structure of WIN2000.

I get the same error whenever I run the book on a 95/98 or even an XP machine.  It just won't work with the java script.

Is there a fix for this WIN 2000 pathing problem known to anyone?  And can I access the solution?

Many thanks for a great produce there Sunnil.


Posted on: 9:07 pm on March 8, 2003
EBookCompiler 1. Try setting HTML Protection to low (Advanced Security)

2. The path is to encrypted HTML files in the ebook. JavaScript can't see this.

3. The answer is either not to encrypt the HTML files (1), or to somehow trigger a Navigate in the JavaScript


Posted on: 2:50 am on March 9, 2003
MairneOne Sunil, you are just a bit of alright, as they say.

Since I didn't know how to do the other two options you mentioned, I elected setting the HTML protection to low.  That did the trick.  Works like a champ.

I've been waiting for two weeks to get an answer from the Microsoft newsgroups.  NO ONE even acknowlege the post.  You fix it in a matter of hours.

Touche Sunil - You have won my vote.

Now - If I could only find in the help file about all the other setting in the advanced secuity section.  What are all those zeros for?  <GRIN>>>>>

Thanks so much.


Posted on: 5:33 am on March 9, 2003

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