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Technical and Software Requirements

How to Allow Active Content

The NHANES web tutorial also uses scripting to make its contents interactive. This is content that Microsoft Internet Explorer may also be configured to block. When this content is blocked a yellow bar appears directly under the Address field in your browser. This is pictured below.


Screenshot of Alert Box Displayed when Active Content is Blocked


Screenshot of Microsoft Internet Explorer browser window with alert "To help protect your security. Internet Explorer has restricted this file from showing active content that could access you computer. Click here for options...".


Microsoft Internet Explorer only

To allow this blocked content to run, click the yellow bar. A content menu appears. Click "Allow Blocked Content." A dialog pop appears saying Allowing active content like Active X controls and script can be useful, but active content might also harm to your computer. Are you sure you want to allow this file to run active content?" Click the Yes button. The dialog box disappears and the yellow bar disappears. You can now access the active content on this page.

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