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How do I set my browser to support frames?

by dsheldon3 / November 19, 2006 10:59 PM PST

I keep getting the message that my browser does not support frames.I have IE6 . How do I set my browser to support frames?

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Did you try Firefox?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 19, 2006 11:36 PM PST

Since IE6 does support frames, it's either something you changed or added. Try Firefox.


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I don't like Firefox.
by dsheldon3 / November 20, 2006 12:47 AM PST
In reply to: Did you try Firefox?

I don't like Firefox. I would like to to know how to turn supporting frames on in IE 6.What could have been changed? I haven't added anything ,no spyware and Hijack this does not come up with anything either.

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Then look up IEFIX.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 20, 2006 12:54 AM PST
In reply to: I don't like Firefox.

IEFIX repairs many common issues with IE. Found with

You can also do some research about IE with I'd use this phrase.


The reason I'd use the word disable is that it was something more people asked for awhile back. You can then undo what they did to disable it.


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by dsheldon3 / November 20, 2006 1:26 AM PST
In reply to: Then look up IEFIX.

Thanks, That was a great idea.I searched for what you said and found that my Navigate sub-frames across different domains in Security zone was disabled ,so I enabled it.Hopefully this will work.

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(NT) Have you tried Opera?
by bware70 / November 25, 2006 3:23 AM PST
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