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Internet Explorer Script Error Message stopping my program

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I'm using a VB6 WebBrowser control to get info from various web pages and,
occasionally, my program stops when it finds a script error on the page. It
won't resume until I click 'Yes' or 'No' on the script error message box.

However, if I open an IE6 browser outside the program and manually go to the
same page I don't get the Script Error message box. I do get a yellow
exclamation mark symbol with the message "Done, but with errors on the page"
at the left of the status bar.

I don't care about the script errors. Is there any way to get my VB program
to ignore the script errors like an outside browser does so my program
doesn't stop?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Internet Explorer Script Error Message stopping my program

when i navigate some url it is pop up Internet Explorer Script Error Message
in viaula basic. how to avoid this. let me know

Jun 22 '06 #2

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