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How to Get Rid of the JavaScript Warning on Internet Explorer

By Anthony Jones

A number of issues can interfere with your browser’s scripting functions, making it necessary for you to repair JavaScript quickly. If you wish to surf the web safely and efficiently, you need to make sure you repair JavaScript errors. Here are a few battle-tested methods for repairing JavaScript problems.

Practice Safe Browsing Let’s say you visit a particular website, and loads of errors pop up on your screen. First of all, you need to make sure that you are visiting a safe website. Many websites that are hiding malware use JavaScript error messages to disguise their malicious intent. Only visit websites you know, you can trust. If you are visiting a safe website, then do a little bit of trial and error. Open another browser and visit the same website. If the website works on the other browser, then its likely JavaScript errors on the first browser are causing viewing issues. If the website is still malfunctioning, then there is something wrong with the website, and the problem is beyond your control.

First step: Disable script debug of your internet explorer: * 1 Open and run your Internet Explorer browser by clicking on its desktop icon. * 2 Click the “Tools” option, which is located on the top menu bar. Click “Internet Options” in the drop-down menu. * 3 Select the “Advanced” tab in the “Internet Options” dialog box. * 4 Browse the “Settings” list. Remove the check from the option box entitled, “Disable Script Debugging.” Also, remove the check from the option box entitled, “Display a notification about every script error.” * 5 Click “Apply,” located at the bottom of the dialog box. * 6 Click “OK” and close the “Internet Options” dialog box.

As with any programming language, JavaScript will have bugs in it, and sometimes they will cause the program to fail. Fortunately, unlike a desktop program, when a JavaScript program fails, the rest of the page usually still works fine.

Enable Active Scripting and Use a Registry Cleaner Also, enable active scripting, ActiveX controls, and java applets. All of these options are key components to JavaScript. You can find these options within your browser. Here’s how to enable these features if you are using Mozilla Firefox:

1. In the top menu, select “Tools” 2. Click “Options.” 3. Select “Content” from the navigation at the top. 4. Check the “Enable JavaScript” checkbox. 5. Click OK. If none of the above works to solve your errors, then download a registry cleaner and run it. A registry cleaner works by scanning your entire registry for errors and then deleting those errors.

If you are an expert on registry, you may find the errors and fix the problem manually, but if you are not familiar with registry, I won’t suggest you do this by yourself, as improper handle of registry may result in serious system problem.

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Jones, Anthony "How to Get Rid of the JavaScript Warning on Internet Explorer." How to Get Rid of the JavaScript Warning on Internet Explorer. 8 Dec. 2011. uberarticles.com. 28 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/web-owners/progamming/javascript/how-to-get-rid-of-the-javascript-warning-on-internet-explorer-2/>.

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