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var destDoc = newTab.document; destDoc.open (); destDoc.write ('

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'); destDoc.close (); }, false ); } addJS_Node (null, null, fireNewTab); function addJS_Node (text, s_URL, funcToRun, runOnLoad) { var D = document; var scriptNode Comment 4 jmullenix.estream 2014-07-24 08:58:28 PDT It happens over both, file:// and http://. This site is not affiliated with Oracle corp. Div's don't treat a HTML document with javascript (in text/html format) as a normal page, I have to use an iframe for that.

I haven't found any recent bug reported to Firefox about this issue. You can change document.domain='site.com' on the page originating from my.site.com, but can't do it if the page is at another.org. Oop. STR: 1.

I'd prefer to keep it, considering that I'm starting with an empty document, using 'offline' data and a very simple layout. –berbt Mar 26 '14 at 4:21 I have The operation is insecure. You can minimally recreate the security error by pasting the following into the console: var iframe = jQuery("