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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, as well as to allow the Flash plugin to run.

Follow these steps when the iframe has already been put into a resource or activity within your course.

"Unsafe scripts" are generally created by adding an iframe to a resource or activity within your course from an unsecure 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 outside content into 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 web site. Read this article to learn about creating an iframe for a Dropbox video.

1. Enter your course.

Enter your course.

Note: The iframe in this sample is embedded in a Page resource.

 Click on the link.

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.; however, the content is not displaying.

The page does not display the embedded iframe.

4. Click on the shield icon in the top right-corner of the web browser.

Click on the shield icon in the top right-corner of the web browser.

5. Click on Load unsafe scripts.

In this case, we are trying to load a video from a non-secure web server. The URL starts with HTTP://. A secure web site starts with HTTPS://.

So, if you are linking to a video in YouTube, for example, you won't need to "load unsafe scripts".

Click on Load unsafe scripts.

6. The content within the iframe will now display.

The content within the iframe will now display.
Wait, the video still doesn't display!

6.1. Check to see if there is a new icon in the top right corner.

This puzzle piece with a X indicates that a plug-in needs your permission to run. In this case, this video uses the Flash Player plug-in.

Check to see if there is a new icon in the top right corner.

6.2. Click on Run all plugins this time.

Note: This process should only need to be done one time. If the next time you have a Flash player asset that doesn't display, you should Manage plugin blocking by adding TITANium to your list of accepted sites which can play Flash content.

Click on Run all plugins this time.
How do I manage plugin blocking?

6.2.1. Click on the Settings icon in the top right corner of the web browser.

Click on the Settings icon in the top right corner of the web browser.

6.2.2. Click on Settings.

Click on Settings.

6.2.3. Type the word 'plugin' or 'flash' in the search field.

Type the word 'plugin' or 'flash' in the search field.

6.2.4. Click on Content settings.

Click on Content settings.

6.2.5. Click on Add.

Click on Add.

6.2.6. Paste the main URL for TITANium.

The URL for TITANium is: https://moodle-2017-2018.fullerton.edu .

Paste the main URL for TITANium.

6.2.7. Click on Add.

Click on Add.

The video asset now displays.

The video asset now displays.

Alert: You may need to follow this process to load unsafe scripts each time you want to view unsecure content within a course in TITANium.

Article Summary

You have now learned how to enable an "unsafe script" to load within your course in TITANium, as well how to allow the Flash plugin to run.

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