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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.

6. The content within the iframe will now display.

The content within the iframe will now display.

Article Summary

You have now learned how to enable an "unsafe script" to load within your course in TITANium.

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