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Hello!

I am a web developer and few days back I developed a website for one of my clients.

We both have Win XP Service Pack 2 installed. The problem is when my client browse some pages from the website he see Javascript errors. Where as when I browse the same page Javascript errors doesnot appear.

As, I cannot see Javascript error so it is quite impossible for me to find out where the actual problem is. My client has also send me screen shots of same page with Javascript errors. So I am sure that the problem is at my end.

The settings of my "Internet options >> Advance Tab" are as under:

Unchecked = Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)
Unchecked = Disable script Debugging (Other)
Checked = Display notification about every script error


Any idea...
Any help.....
Will be really appriciated..

Thank you
Zeeshan Ahmed

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If he's getting errors but you are not this is often caused by connection speed. You maybe referencing objects that have not finished downloading but if you develop locally they load quicker on your machine.
You can get the client to show the full error message by double clicking the error icon in the status bar and expanding the details section.

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