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Just set the "Browser Mode" menu item to IE7. As to why I can't reassign a variable (as far as I knew this was always possible), only Bill Gates knows - but probably not hey.. ;o) Reply bernie says: 17th It's pretty awesome, it's an app that has IE 5.5,6, and 7 bundled into it. share|improve this answer answered Feb 23 '12 at 2:08 Peter Tseng 6,38813034 6 This is useful, but the emulated IE7 isn't quite the same. –alex Feb 23 '12 at 2:19 navigate to this website

Solution: Always use starting (script) and ending () tag. This will redirect you automatically to your chosen site. Most of the time what happens is whenever I leave VWDE to use another program like IE and then come back to VWDE it shows up with an all white window thank you for taking the time to share! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3823465/debugging-javascript-error-in-ie7

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It's always a dangling comma. –Stephen Sep 29 '10 at 16:04 Add line 31 into your answer from the page itself. javascript internet-explorer-7 share|improve this question edited Jul 8 '10 at 0:14 asked Dec 12 '08 at 1:33 alex 267k128651806 add a comment| 18 Answers 18 active oldest votes up vote 89 Reply Johan Rylander says: 8th June 2010 at 5:14 pm Just wanted to say thanks, it worked nicely and helped me out today.

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But, as a developer I have to ensure that my app works in IE as well. Reply Pingback: Debugging JavaScript with IE 7 « Dave's Blogs Stan says: 12th November 2007 at 9:44 pm So cool. Seriously, though!? Internet Explorer 11 Script Error Keeps Popping Up Restart IE.

Using shorthand for script tag, i.e,