//Get a reference to IE's Application object
var g_objIE = new ActiveXObject("InternetExplorer.Application");
g_objIE.Offline = true;
g_objIE.navigate("Title of the Application");
//This loop is required to allow the IE object to finish loading...
var htmlFile = "_Dialog_Template.html";
var newDomDoc = ReplaceData(ReadFileG(htmlFile)); // Get html content
When the navigate command is being called, it is causing Windows to pop up a dialog for downloading an app (go to the app store). When I take that line out, it is failing on the document.write line with a non-descriptive "Error".
I have made sure ActiveX was enabled in the security settings in IE as well as checking the box to allow local active content to run on my computer. I have tried throwing in some hard coded simple html in the write command... none of which worked. Please help as there doesn't seem to be jack online about this issue either.