ptrafc 15:22 20 Aug 2004

I tried to access a link on a website, only to be told that my browser (IE) does not support inline frames. Is this caused by a setting on IE, or could it be saying this as I have McAfee Internet Security installed?
Thanx for any help.

  VoG II 16:57 20 Aug 2004

Is this just the one site? Do other sites that use frames load OK?

  canard 17:30 20 Aug 2004

Ther's an option to allow iframes in IE-tools-advanced.

  ptrafc 21:28 20 Aug 2004

I can't find any option in the tools menu that says anything about iframes, if you mean Tools > Internet Options... > Advanced (brings up the tick boxes).
It's not the only site where I have this problem...there's two site, which I know other people use with no problems.
Thanx again...

  VoG II 21:36 20 Aug 2004

Try a test click here

  canard 22:04 20 Aug 2004

Sorry the iframes opt is in internet options- security- advanced tab.

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