IE9 allow blocked content - is not prompted on every page

Please see my screenshot (embedded below)

"A" is what I sometimes get when I try to preview a simple "Hello World" type web page demonstrating the use of a jQuery folder tab plugin I am evaluating.

if I click the button to allow blocked content -- then the jQuery gets applied and you see the tabbed folder effect shown in figure "B".

That is all fine and good.  The problem is ...  I am trying to use the same jQuery plugin on another page and it is coming up looking like figure "A" shown below --  BUT  --  there is no prompt to allow blocked content.

So...I need help figuring-out how to get IE9 to allow the jQuery plugin to run.

Thank you,


 allow scripts
Tom KnowltonWeb developerAsked:
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This is more than likely being caused by the fact that the "site" you are viewing is not listed in the trusted sites list.  So, you can either add that "site" to the list by going into internet options, security, trusted sites, or just goto the same place and lower the security settings for internet sites down to low.
You need to be running on a web server (http://localhost/...).

You are currently running at a file protocol (C:\) which has different permissions and such.  After you allow the script to run, you should not encounter the message again unless you close your browser and re-open it.

Your best bet is to up a simple web server (WAMP) and you will not get the warning.  You can also turn on IIS if you have a professional version of Windows.

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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
I will take a look at those options in a minute...

Let's begin with just getting it to work while debugging on my local machine inside the Visual Studio IDE.

And it's not that JavaScript won't run, per se.

For example....

This will run:
$("#tabs").css("border","1px solid red");

This will not:
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