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juststartin

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Hi,

I've noticed that when I go into various web site pages, some images are replaced with a blank white box with a small red cross inside. And at the bottom left hand side of the page there is a yellow warning triangle with the words...Page loaded but with errors.

I've also received a large message panel with the heading.... "Internet Explorer Script Error"...an error has occurred in the script of this page Do you want to continue running the scripts on this page?

Blimey, that message has just appeared on this page when I checked "message length".

Anybody tell me what's going on please :(

Oh and I've also received a Syntax error message.

Cheers.
 
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Go into your internet properties which you will find in your control panel.
Click the advanced tab on the far right and then scroll down the list and Tick "Disable script debugging"
Then Untick "Display a notification about every script error"
This will stop it Notifying you about script errors.

As for the little red cross , This is probably due more to your security settings and firewalls etc. Could also be the site does not have an image in place.
 

juststartin

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Thanks EvileYe,

I've unticked "Disable script debugging"

For some reason "Display a notification about every script error"
was already unticked.

I'll see how things progress from here. :)

Appreciate your advice.
Cheers.
 
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