Back at the dawn of the internet, web pages were limited to using the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). HTML is a standard used by all browsers to display web pages. HTML handles things like font styles, links, and pictures, which was enough at first, but people wanted to do more with web pages.
However, Internet Explorer pops up a warning dialog by default. This warning stops you from doing anything on the page and can be annoying. If you are a programmer it may be interesting to look at the code, but for the rest of us it is not very useful.
To get rid of the dialog, follow these steps:
1. In Internet Explorer, select Internet Options from the Tools menu.
2. Click on the Advanced tab.
3. Depending on your version there may be up to three checkboxes you need to set (two of them checked, one unchecked):
o Check: Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)
o Check: Disable script debugging (Other)
o Uncheck: Display a notification about every script error
4. Click the OK button.
This should stop the warning dialog from showing. If you start having problems with many web pages, there may be a problem with your browser, not with the web page, and you may need to reinstall Internet Explorer.