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"Done, but with errors on page"

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I'm on a different computer running win 95 with IE 5 my website on a new
dedicated server and I'm getting "Done, but with errors on page" appearing
in the browser status area which I have never seen before. (Previously I've
only ever done any web development on WIN 2000 with IE 6 on a different
server than the current one) My client has been messing with the web files
adding javascript special effects.

Question : Does this indicate a javascript error and if so, how do I make it
more verbose like it used to be? e.g. error message dialog with line number.
Is the new less helpful message due to my browser, operating system or the
new server?

Thanks!
Jul 20 '05 #1
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In article <WS***********************@news3.calgary.shaw.ca >,
si**********@shaw.ca enlightened us with...
I'm on a different computer running win 95 with IE 5 my website on a new
dedicated server and I'm getting "Done, but with errors on page" appearing
in the browser status area which I have never seen before. (Previously I've
only ever done any web development on WIN 2000 with IE 6 on a different
server than the current one) My client has been messing with the web files
adding javascript special effects.

That's probably the error then.
Question : Does this indicate a javascript error
Yes.
and if so, how do I make it
more verbose like it used to be? e.g. error message dialog with line number.
Is the new less helpful message due to my browser, operating system or the
new server?


The browser.
Tools->Internet Options->Advanced tab
Check "Display a notification about every script error"
(IIRC - I use IE6. Check the settings in there - it's in there
somewhere.)

Line numbers for IE stink. Use Netscape to debug if you can. Type
javascript:
in the location bar in NN to see a decent error message. Doesn't work if
the error only happens in IE, though...

Note that IE5 is buggy as all hell (well, worse than usual) if you don't
use 5.5+. Do not attempt to put IE6 on a Win95 machine. It has a ton of
problems.

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~kaeli~
Press any key to continue or any other key to quit.
Who is General Failure and why is he reading
my hard disk?
http://www.ipwebdesign.net/wildAtHeart
http://www.ipwebdesign.net/kaelisSpace
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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Thanks, that will do me! Actually IE 6 won't even load on win95!

kaeli <in********************@NOSPAMatt.net> wrote in message
news:MP************************@nntp.lucent.com...
In article <WS***********************@news3.calgary.shaw.ca >,
si**********@shaw.ca enlightened us with...
I'm on a different computer running win 95 with IE 5 my website on a new
dedicated server and I'm getting "Done, but with errors on page" appearing in the browser status area which I have never seen before. (Previously I've only ever done any web development on WIN 2000 with IE 6 on a different
server than the current one) My client has been messing with the web files adding javascript special effects.


That's probably the error then.
Question : Does this indicate a javascript error


Yes.
and if so, how do I make it
more verbose like it used to be? e.g. error message dialog with line number. Is the new less helpful message due to my browser, operating system or the new server?


The browser.
Tools->Internet Options->Advanced tab
Check "Display a notification about every script error"
(IIRC - I use IE6. Check the settings in there - it's in there
somewhere.)

Line numbers for IE stink. Use Netscape to debug if you can. Type
javascript:
in the location bar in NN to see a decent error message. Doesn't work if
the error only happens in IE, though...

Note that IE5 is buggy as all hell (well, worse than usual) if you don't
use 5.5+. Do not attempt to put IE6 on a Win95 machine. It has a ton of
problems.

-------------------------------------------------
~kaeli~
Press any key to continue or any other key to quit.
Who is General Failure and why is he reading
my hard disk?
http://www.ipwebdesign.net/wildAtHeart
http://www.ipwebdesign.net/kaelisSpace
-------------------------------------------------

Jul 20 '05 #3

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