The first kind is the Syntax Error. Syntax Errors are related to spelling issues within the code of a script. Web pages that have syntax errors on them typically do not display as initially intended.
Once Internet Properties loads up, click on the Advanced Tab and scroll down to the Security section and check the box next to Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed.
Internet Explorer To turn off the built in popup blocker, do the following. First, double click on your Internet Explorer Icon, to load up your browser window. To decrease your blocking level, do the following. Double click on the Internet Explorer Icon on your desktop to load up your browser window. Block most automatic pop-ups or Low: Allow pop-ups from secure sites.
Then click on Close. Anyway, to disable the pop-up blocker, simply do the following. First, load up Mozilla Firefox by doubling click on its desktop icon. This will load up the Options applet, from here, click on the Content Tab and then uncheck the box next to Block pop-up windows, and click on OK.
Try a Different Web Browser Different web browsers tend to interpret and externalise code on a web page differently. Where one browser may find an error on a specific page, another may not.