Solved Javascript still not working

August 22, 2013 at 09:22:39
Specs: Windows 64
I have my javacript applet enable I tested to see if java is working and it is. I also call my security company to see if their is a block which their is none. My javascript still does not work on my window 7 internet explorer 9

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August 22, 2013 at 09:55:37
Are you trying to view cameras on a security system via IE9? Trying to figure out why a security system company was Allen about java.

What site are you going to that is telling you this? Or are there multiple?

You can update java at

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August 22, 2013 at 10:34:54
I am not trying to view cameras. I am using the text book beginning html & css and trying one of the assignment thats how I notice javascript not working. I am email to the company wrox tech support (book publish by them). I was told to look at internet option script applet to see if enable & also check with mcafee to see if they block it which was not. I ran a scan and java is active but still does not work. This is the source code <!DOCTYPE html>
<head><title>External script</title></head>

<script src="external.js"></script>
<noscript>This only shows if the browser has JavaScript turned off.</noscript>
on one pg

on adocument.write("Here is some text from an external file.");nother is

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August 22, 2013 at 23:57:36
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It's important to know that Java and JavaScript are entirely different.

You may find developing in a different web browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Opera a much better experience. For one, you won't have to deal with Active X, which is exclusive to Microsoft. Additionally, they provide a quick toggle to enable/disable JavaScript, where as you have to go through zones on the Tools > Internet Options > Security tab, differentiate between ActiveX and other scripting methods, and then toggle specific mixed content. In the other browsers I mentioned, JavaScript is either on or off.

I don't know how your security company fits in to this situation. Excluding the XMLHttpRequest object, which extends JavaScript to AJAX, JavaScript is a client-side language.

Apologies if I don't respond to your reply immediately. I don't check this site daily, but you're welcome to PM me as a reminder.

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