A problem for a web developer using a scripting language that relies on browser support is that not all web browsers used by a site's visitors may support the scripting language. For instance, very old or text-based browsers may not support the language. Or perhaps the browser supports the language being used, but not the current version of the language. So, if a webpage developer uses features only present in a later version of the scripting language, older browsers may not support it and the developer's webpages won't display as he or she intended in the website visitor's browser.
The user should then click on the Security tab at the top of that window.
This zone contains all Web sites you haven't placed in other zones.
This zone contains all Web sites that are on your organization's intranet. E.g. any web servers that are on the local network at your company or organization.
This zone contains Web sites that you trust not to damage your computer or data. E.g. it might contain websites of companies that are business partners of your own company or sites of businesses or organizations that you know and trust.
This zone contains Web sites that could potentially damage your computer or data.
You can add a site to one of the zones by clicking on the zone to highlight it and then clicking on the Sites button.
Created: January 20, 2006