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Old June 11th, 2003, 05:38 AM
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Hi folks

scriptbreaker.com used to offer a script that would prevent javascript errors popping up on a page. However, the site is down - the impression is that the domain or hosting fee is not paid for.

Does anyone know if that script is archived anywhere else - or any similar alternative?

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As the first line of script:
window.onerror = function()(return true;};

This will not hide illegal syntax such as unterminated string literals.



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