|08 Jun 2012||#1|
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I help out at a local small museum. We want to run a touchscreen displaying various photographs. This we have achieved and the photographs are accesses via the browser (currently IE9). What we need to be able to do is lock down the browser - that is run the browser in such a way that none of its controls are available to those using the touchscreens. All we want the user to see is the photographs etc in the browser and which they can touch for navigation purpose.
Any ideas please?
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