How to Fix Internet Explorer Java Script Errors


If you are getting Java Script errors in your Internet Explorer browser, it means that some of the coding that is on the Web page is not compatible with your browser. While there is not much that you can do to fix the coding errors on the page, except report the errors to the website administrator, there is a fix for Internet Explorer that will stop the annoying error messages from popping up on your computer screen.

  • Open your Internet Explorer browser.

  • Click on the "Tools" option that is located on the menu bar. Click on "Internet Options."

  • Select the "Advanced" tab.

  • Look underneath the "Browsing" settings. Remove the checkmark from the option to "Disable Script Debugging." Remove the checkmark from the option to "Display a notification about every script error."

  • Click on the "Apply" button that is located at the bottom of the "Internet Options" window to save your settings.

  • Click the "OK" button to close out of the "Internet Options" window.

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