Monday, November 16, 2009

Frame Help!

Does anyone know what this means when I try and open my blog? I see this everytime I try and sign in. What the fuck is a frame? How do I make the message go away? Help!

"This content cannot be displayed in a frame.

To help protect the security of information you enter into this website, the publisher of this content does not allow it to be displayed in a frame."

4 comments:

Kink said...

It's probably an HTML Frame. Some websites include another website's fcontent by "framing" it. This is often used to make the web address appear to be one thing when it really is something different. If this is the case, just view the page using the original URL and you should be fine. If you need more help, feel free to email me directly.

FL said...

"i have a frame problem on my blog and i cant get access."

If you get rid of your Content Warning page, you will be able to open your blog. It has everything to do with your internet browser and your security settings within it. If you leave your Content Warning page up, set your security setting to Medium or Low, then the scripts will allow you to gain access to your blog and blogger itself, as the page is embedded into your template. You may have to clear your cookies too. This should work.

CJ said...
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lustyho said...

That worked. Thanks FL and CJ.