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I am developing a website and I run the pages fine but my user who does the testing gets some errors (yellow error bottom left-hand corner of IE) on some pages...I don't see them when I run the page...what IE setting do I need to set to so that I seem the errors too?
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cenetadmin--I see the yellow error quite often when I visit a webpage.  I suspect it is because the viewer (like me) has various security measures in place that restrict what can be downloaded to the PC (like HOSTS file, restricting cookies, etc.).  
Since in almost all cases I can see the website just fine (with the possible omission of advertisements which I rarely want to see), I do not worry about it.
IOW-- the problem is likely with the viewer/user's security settings and not your coding.  
If there is a problem with the coding that will usually be caught by using the settings concerning "Disable Scipt Debugging..." and "Display a Notification of every script error" in IE Tools|Internet Options|Advanced tab.
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Thanks.
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cenetadmin--You are most welcome.
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