Handling script errors with IE8

Script errors are one of the most common web site compatibility issues—often the source of many visual discrepancies in the layout of a page. These errors raise a lot of questions. What can you do to remedy pages that have script errors? How can you provide helpful feedback to sites that experience script errors? And […]

Script errors are one of the most common web site compatibility issues—often the source of many visual discrepancies in the layout of a page. These errors raise a lot of questions. What can you do to remedy pages that have script errors? How can you provide helpful feedback to sites that experience script errors? And as web developers, how can you utilize Internet Explorer 8’s (download) built in developer tools to resolve script errors? In this post, I present three scenarios that you may experience when encountering a page with script errors: “Out for a stroll on the web; Customer Service, can I help you?; Code crunching and bug busting

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