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Chapter 8. Troubleshooting Your Network ... > Troubleshooting Problems with Viewin...

Troubleshooting Problems with Viewing Certain Websites

Although your web browser is designed to display pages written in the Internet's Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and some types of graphics, many websites have content or features that require you to install additional software to view the content or use the website's special features. If you don't have this additional software, the site either won't load or will be missing content or features. To enable your browser to view active content, you need to grant the website permission to install the software. In the initial release of Windows XP and in Service Pack 1, the dialog used by Internet Explorer was similar to the one shown in Figure 8.2.

Figure 8.2. A typical security warning from the IE browser that prompts you to accept or reject the ActiveX or Java software that a website wants to install on your system.



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