How do I allow an "unsafe script" to run in Google Chrome?
You will learn how to allow an "unsafe script" to run. "Unsafe scripts" are generally created by adding an iframe to a resource or activity within your course from a non-approved web site. Students will need to follow these same instructions when they click on the link to your activity or resource.
An iframe is a way to bring in outside content to your course, like a video clip from PBS (as in the example shown in this article), the CSUF library search form, or a web page from another site. Read this article to learn about creating an iframe for a Dropbox video.
Follow these steps when the iframe has already been put into a resource or activity within your course.
1. Enter your course.
2. Click on the link.
Note: The iframe is embedded in a Page resource.
3. The page does not display the embedded iframe.
This particular iframe is supposed to bring in a video clip from http://player.pbs.org/viralplayer/2365559270?chapter=1.
4. Click on the shield icon in the top right-corner of the web browser.
5. Click on Load unsafe scripts.
You have now learned how to enable an "unsafe script" to load within your course in TITANium.