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Blocking embedded pages
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
Most web pages contain content from multiple sources (ad servers, streaming video sites, social networking applications, image hosting services, and so on). Some sites aggregate content, pulling pieces from multiple sites into a single presentation.
In these instances, users may request sites that contain a mix of permitted and blocked content.
When a frame or iframe within a larger page contains blocked content, web protection software displays a standard or security block page within that frame. When the frame is small, however, the end user might be able to see only a tiny portion of the page (perhaps not even the full block icon), and not understand why the content is blocked.
To address this issue, users can mouse over whatever portion of the block page is visible to see a tooltip-style popup with a brief block message. Clicking the message causes the full block page to appear in a separate window.
To return to browsing the permitted content of the original page, users should close the window showing the block page. Due to browser restrictions, clicking the Back button on a block page opened from within a frame does not have any effect.
If, when the block page is displayed in a new window, it offers a Use Quota Time or Continue option, clicking the button:
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To see the original page, including the previously blocked content, do either of the following:
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