Narain is the founder & CEO for 360 Degree Interactive, a web services firm based in Chennai, India. This blog is about his personal views on Web 2.0, RoR, Social networking,Digital media, interactive advertising, SaaS, Service Oriented Architecture, India Inc, rural education, Web standards, mobile 2.0 and more.

Monday, November 3

WEB is changing

With a loss of $500 millon, now Microsoft wants to take up a revenge on the user for the case they lost it sometime before.
What it does?
It objects all Active X control by throwing a pop up window. In the future version of Internet Explorer, currently due out early next year, the browser prompts visitors to confirm that they want to execute each active content item on a page.

That means, there will be a hoards of pop-ups for Macromedia Flash, Real Player, Quick Time, Java and countless Active X controls which are available today. Macromedia has given a clean information & how they want to protect their turf with this. This is referred by MM as Active Content.Macromedia - Active Content FAQ - read this full FAQ and find out how to protect future proof your visitors without annoying popups.


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