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It also works in Safari (at least v3+). –Bungle Dec 11 '09 at 18:29 1 Here's a test page illustrating my previous comment: troy.onespot.com/static/access_denied_test.html –Bungle Dec 11 '09 at 18:29 After all, it isn't the client html page that has access or privileged information but the person's computer settings. However iframe JavaScript URLs don't work in Safari, so you'd still need some kind of browser-sniffing to choose which method to use. *: For some other reason, you can, in IE, to get a bounds of a document in iframe for calculating bounds and location of frame window). have a peek here

Javascript execution is asynchronous so, there is no guarantee that setTimeout will offset the execution of the function until iframe loads. However, I consider myself only well-informed about the dangers. Not the answer you're looking for? For example, if you change the src="http://msdn.microsoft.com/" to src="iframetest.htm" and put "iframetest.htm" file nearby to the same directory the exception will disappear.

Iframe Permission Denied

I downgraded to v0.24.0 to resolve for now. I agree it didn't bode well, but I think it was a good suggestions and worth a shot. –Bungle Dec 11 '09 at 10:14 This really isn't an answer. Please see question's additional comments! There's always only so much space but variable content to add into that space.

Reply A1ien51 All-Star 15177 Points 5769 Posts Re: Reference element inside Iframe gives ' Access is Denied' error Jan 22, 2007 02:52 PM|A1ien51|LINK I am sure that some of the pointes If you mean like server headers, you can't send those from a post to an Iframe :/ Raphael CohenJust a note on this: I have noticed that you cannot set In how many bits do I fit What's the English word for something that given attention too much to How does the FAA determine which format of location identifier to assign Internet Explorer Access Denied So you can simply add both the URLs as you are accessing them within IE and the IFrame: Just make sure the following setting has been enabled by clicking on

This seems to be a more general problem with scripts that work with iframes given that it affects Stripe Checkout as well: https://jsfiddle.net/tm0bsbt1/ I'm trying to come up with a minimal Reply Gus Gonzalez Works For Independent Contractor in Marietta, GA LinkedIn YouTube My Badges Gus Gonzalez responded on 25 Feb 2013 7:02 AM Joe, Do you get the same behavior from Thanks Reply Marius Pedersen Works For Marius Agur Consulting in Oslo, Norway @crmviking LinkedIn Google+ Blog My Badges Verified Answer Marius Pedersen responded on 18 Mar 2013 11:32 It doesn't happen in any other browsers I've tested in (all major modern ones).

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