Don’t panic

Written By: - Date published: 6:19 pm, December 15th, 2007 - 7 comments
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A few readers have written in complaining they’re getting a strange message in their browser when they visit the site.

Turns out that some versions of Internet Explorer don’t like the way one of our Google videos is embedded.

Apparently it’s nothing to worry about (despite the sometimes stern message!) – I’ll see if I can sort it out shortly.

UPDATE: Should be sorted now. I’ve swapped out the Google video for a YouTube version of the same thing. Let us know if you’re still having problems.

7 comments on “Don’t panic”

  1. redbus 1

    Everything is fine now. It was the Google video. It’s interesting that so many of our browsers needed permission to accept something legitimately from Microsoft.

  2. all_your_base 2

    Quite right, though a third of our readers now use Firefox.

  3. outofbed 3

    Don’t panic
    I thought this was a post about those tiresome polls.
    I’m sure a nice holiday will do us all good

  4. With all due respect assorted numpties……….time to panic!

    Looks like the beltway just got a little bit bigger!

  5. Mike Porton 5

    Don’t you people have anything better to do with your lives? So you got a good poll? So what? There’s a long time until the next election and politics is off the agenda for most people for the next month. And remember, when you poll this high using public relations rather than policies the only way to go is down. Merry xmas lads.

  6. The Double Standard 6

    Better xmas than for Teh Party faithful I’d think Mike. I guess H1 will be doing some serious thinking while she is off mountaineering somewhere.

  7. Santi 7

    Does the title of this thread have anything to do with the latest round of polls? No, just a mere coincidence.

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