Re: IE8 Beta Accelerators: turning off for site, not in browser
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will also disable context menus.
"Nick" <Nick_Levinson@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> How can I, a website developer, disable Accelerators and Activities
> from functioning for my websites?
> The subtlety of their user interface design means most users will
> likely think they're my content, and I can't see what they say. Shared
> terminals, including institutional and public terminals, may not
> permit their being turned off at a browser. Therefore, I want to
> prevent their preview or execution on my websites or those I develop.
> I already use a method to prevent SmartTag parsing, a method you used
> to publish.
> Have you published a sitewide or per-page means by which Accelerators
> and Activities do not occur for a given website or website page?
> I didn't find anything at microsoft.com and I've been asking around
> but, so far, solutions are still being sought by developers.
> Thank you.