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detailed configuration Re: to js or not to js?

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@sidar.org>
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 09:45:53 +1100
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
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iCab has had this for a long time, as part of the preferences you can 
set different javascript  permissions (i.e. different things that 
scripts can or can't do) according to where they come from - what site, 
etc.

Netscape 7 in the preferences section (advanced, scripting) lets you 
allow or disallow certain functions - about a dozen including opening 
windows and so on) but not on a per-site basis.

Opera 6 for Mac, Opera 7 for windows, Safari for Mac only seemed to 
allow turning it on or off.

For cookies most browsers let you accept them all, deny them all, or 
ask before accepting (Safari doesn't have this last option). It is also 
common to be able to accept cookies from the site the page comes from, 
but not from things within the page (e.g. for images in a page...)

chaals

On Saturday, Jan 18, 2003, at 07:14 Australia/Melbourne, Julian 
Voelcker wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> On Fri, 17 Jan 2003 13:26:35 -0500, David Poehlman wrote:
>> how do you configure js and cookies on a per site basis?
>
> In IE6 you can set the cookies via the Privacy tab in the options.
>
> ON the JS side you add the site into your list of trusted sites on the
> security tab of the options.
>
> That's about it, you may need to do a little more digging in those
> areas and I think NS and Moz have similar options now.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Julian
>
>
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Charles McCathieNevile           charles@sidar.org
Fundación SIDAR                       http://www.sidar.org
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