Marketo supresses MOTW

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Marketo supresses MOTW

Hi all

I created an LP template including MOTW Mark of the Web (Internet Explorer) .

Unfortunately Marketo suppresses MOTW at the approved LP.

Does anyone have a good idea?

Template

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LP source

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Re: Marketo supresses MOTW

Interesting.  It's valid HTML5 so it shouldn't be stripped.  But I don't understand what usefulness the MotW has once the LP is approved and served from your Marketo subdomain.  Don't you only take advantage of the MotW for certain kinds of network-less (i.e. local file) development?

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Re: Marketo supresses MOTW

My company IE user has system's problem and I'm looking for workaround.

I found this problem is caused by domain cookie populating. eg. mkto_tok

I thought to insert MOTW <!-- saved from url=(0016)http://localhost --> to all LP's.

Of cause I think it's not good idea.

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Re: Marketo supresses MOTW

MotW wouldn't help you with an internet site because the idea is that if someone saves and opens the page locally (i.e. deliberate user action) it's allowed to run with higher privileges.  You can't override security on a public page.

I'd like to work more with you on any disruption caused by mkto_trk.  Pls send me a URL so I can attempt to repro this.

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Re: Marketo supresses MOTW

Thanks Sanford Whiteman

It's difficult to explain this domain cookie problem.

The cause is the intranet system in my company.

(´・ω・`)

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Re: Marketo supresses MOTW

Is there an anti-tracking policy being applied via Active Directory GPOs, but only to IE, something like that?  (Otherwise IE isn't any more sensitive than Chrome or Firefox. Once tracking features/plugins are enabled, they should block mktoresp.com in all browsers because they essentially share the same lists.)