Enhanced Security Features
for Internet Explorer


Given privacy and security issues related to personal computers, Microsoft has developed software to help protect your computer. Viewers of this site using Internet Explorer XP may find that the main navigation flyout menu does not work. The cause is that the navigation uses a "script" or special code to work. This same type of code could be used to harm your computer. So, Explorer asks you whether or not to allow use of this code.

You may see a yellow box at the top of your screen that says

" To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls that could access your computer. Click here for options..."


Then you are given the option to allow or not. If you allow, the navigation and certain roll-over graphics will work. If you do not allow, the main navigation links will work but the flyout menu options will not work and you will need to use the Topic Index to navigate. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.


Dog Protecting Computer


Another thing you can do to make this site easier to view is to instruct Internet Explorer to treat this site as a Trusted Site.

Go to Tools/Internet Options/Security/Trusted Sites.


A big green check mark will be there by the title Trusted Sites. Click on "Sites" and type in http://www.fullcirclecare.org. Click "Close" and the Full Circle of Care Caregiver Website will be a trusted site of Internet Explorer. That may make security checks of the site go faster.



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