This problem occurs because the HTML source code for the webpage doesn't work correctly with client-side script, such as Microsoft JScript or Microsoft Visual Basic script. This problem may occur for one or more of the following reasons:
Server-side scripts such as Visual Basic scripts in Active Server Pages (ASP) run on a web server. Script errors that occur because of server-side script failures do not produce error messages in Internet Explorer, but they may create a webpage that does not display or work correctly. The troubleshooting information in this article applies to client-side script errors. Contact the administrator of the web server if you suspect that a problem affects a server-side script.
These methods listed in this article may help you troubleshoot the script errors that are caused by files or settings on your computer. For quick visual instructions about how to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer, watch this video:
If the only sign of this problem is the error message, and the websites are working, you can probably ignore the error. Also, if the problem occurs on one or two webpages, the problem may be caused by those pages. If you decide to ignore the errors, you can disable script debugging. To do it, select the Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) checkbox in Internet Options > Advanced > Browsing settings.
If the script error doesn't occur when you view the webpage through another user account, in another browser, or on another computer, the problem may be caused by files or settings on your computer. In this situation, follow the methods in this article to resolve this problem:
Active scripting, ActiveX, and Java are all involved in shaping the way that information is displayed on a webpage. If these features are blocked on your computer, it may disrupt the display of the webpage. You can reset your Internet Explorer security settings to make sure these features aren't blocked. To do it, follow these steps:
If an antivirus program interprets a script as a virus, and prevents it from running, a script error may occur. To prevent this issue, make sure that the antivirus program isn't scanning the Temporary Internet Files folder or the Downloaded Program Files folder.
If you experience a video display problem, the Smooth Scrolling feature may cause a script to be timed incorrectly. It can generate a script error. To turn off the Smooth Scrolling feature in Internet Explorer, follow these steps:
We recently investigated some random redirects on a WordPress website that would only happen to certain visitors. Traffic analysis showed us that it was not a server-side redirect, rather it happened due to some script loaded by the web pages.
This script was placed in the section between other scripts, so it was most likely injected by a wp_head hook in a theme or plugin. A quick search revealed the Ultimate_VC_Addons plugin that contained this code:
With time, they also added some randomness to both the PHP code and the JS to make it harder to detect the script. Initially, they only injected the script in the footer sections, but in more recent versions, it can be either in the header or in the footer:
The defer and async attributes of the tag offer a solution to this problem. Both are Boolean attributes which means that if you add them, they will fire without any further configuration. They also make scripts added to the section of an HTML document non-render blocking, but in a different way; deferred scripts respect the document order while asynchronous scripts are independent of the DOM.
The async attribute is recommended for independent third-party scripts, such as ads, trackers, and analytics scripts. For example, Google Analytics recommends adding the async attribute to support asynchronous loading in modern browsers.
Specify a file on the command line. The command line option is -I or --init-script followed by the path to the script. The command line option can appear more than once, each time adding another init script. The build will fail if any of the files specified on the command line does not exist.
If more than one init script is found they will all be executed, in the order specified above. Scripts in a given directory are executed in alphabetical order. This allows, for example, a tool to specify an init script on the command line and the user to put one in their home directory for defining the environment and both scripts will run when Gradle is executed.
Similar to a Gradle build script, an init script is a Groovy or Kotlin script.Each init script has a Gradle instance associated with it.Any property reference and method call in the init script will delegate to this Gradle instance.
When writing init scripts, pay attention to the scope of the reference you are trying to access.For example, properties loaded from gradle.properties are available on Settings or Project instances but not on the Gradle one.
You can use an init script to configure the projects in the build. This works in a similar way to configuring projects in a multi-project build. The following sample shows how to perform extra configuration from an init script before the projects are evaluated. This sample uses this feature to configure an extra repository to be used only for certain environments.
In External dependencies for the build script it was explained how to add external dependencies to a build script. Init scripts can also declare dependencies. You do this with the initscript() method, passing in a closure which declares the init script classpath.
The closure passed to the initscript() method configures a ScriptHandler instance.You declare the init script classpath by adding dependencies to the classpath configuration.This is the same way you declare, for example, the Java compilation classpath.You can use any of the dependency types described in Declaring Dependencies, except project dependencies.
Having declared the init script classpath, you can use the classes in your init script as you would any other classes on the classpath. The following example adds to the previous example, and uses classes from the init script classpath. 076b4e4f54