Disable Active Script Debugging
Your Internet Explorer application will show the yellow icon whenever it encounters a script that does not meet its security requirements. However, it is possible for you to disable this, so that you are no longer notified of such issues. To do that, simply do the following:
1. First, boot into your computer with full administrative rights and load up Internet Explorer, by double clicking on its desktop icon.
2. Once Internet Explorer loads up, click on Tools ->Internet Options.
3. When Internet Options loads up, click on the Security Tab, and then click on Custom Level.
4. This will load up Security Settings – Internet Zone applet, from here, scroll down to Active Scripting and click on Disable, then OK.
Common Coding Mistakes
The solution to this problem is simple. Just insert the semicolons after each statement, and make a habit of doing it, and you should be fine.
Using Global Variables
The solution to this problem is to use an encapsulation technique.
Uchenna Ani-Okoye is a former IT Manager who now runs his own computer support website www.compuchenna.co.uk.