on this page i has embed the iframe. Its iframe contents links. If i go to playlist tab and try to click on pictures in console of IE9 i see:
SEC7111: HTTPS security is compromised
Could anyone help me? Thanks a lot!
This is an Internet Explorer error when it encounters mixed content (or what it thinks may be mixed content). Usually the error message also specifies which file is at fault, as in
HTTPS security is compromised by
One of our web developers uses the following html as a placeholder for styling a drop down list.
<a href="" class="arrow"></a>
Is this considered a valid? Since there is no href value, it shows up as broken on some of our link checker reports.
However, standard practice is to use
focus moves to top of the page in IE, so I thkink
As others have said, it is valid.
There are some downsides to each approach though:
an extra entry to the browser history (which is annoying when e.g. back-buttoning).
not seem to have any problems (other than looking messy and meaningless) - anyone know of any?
While it may be completely valid HTML to not include an href, especially with an onclick handler, there are some things to consider: it will not be keyboard-focusable without having a tabindex value set. Furthermore, this will be inaccessible to screenreader
software using Internet Explorer, as IE will report through the accessibility interfaces that any anchor element without an href attribute as not-focusable, regardless of whether the tabindex has been set.
So while the following may be completely valid:
<a class="arrow">Link content</a>
It's far better to explicitly add a null-effect href attribute
For full support of all users, if you're using the class with CSS to render an image, you should also include some text content, such as the title attribute to provide a textual description of what's going on.
Try to do
href="#" class="arrow"> instead. (Note the sharp