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Suppressing JS Errors

Question: Can I suppress JavaScript error messages?

Answer: Yes. To suppress all JavaScript error messages on your HTML page, you can put the following code fragment in the HEAD section of your page:

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
<!--
function silentErrorHandler() {return true;}
window.onerror=silentErrorHandler;
//-->
</SCRIPT>
Or you can use a similar code (without SCRIPT tags) in an included .js file, if you have one. For a working code example, see our error handling demo!

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