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BOOK: Beginning Dreamweaver MX/MX 2004 MX ISBN: 978-0-7645-4404-0; MX 2004 ISBN: 978-0-7645-5524-4
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Created a Flyout menu that when moused over links to asp pages (filename.asp) Problem I am having is it goes to correct page but security warning "Pop-Up" message box comes up asking me to "Open" the file. Filenames of site I am working on are all .asp extension. I'd like the pages to just open and be able to still use the asp code inside.

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Hi Keith,

If your browser offers to open them, then it looks like your webserver isn't set up correctly.

Are you using IIS?

Or are you browsing to the files using a file system path, like file://C:|My Website\WhatEver.asp?

For ASP pages to be parsed correctly, you need to open them through IIS, so you should use something like http://localhost/WhatEver.asp.

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Right on the money Imar. Thanks a ton

 


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