How to Fix Javascript Void

By Lysis

Javascript void errors occur when the user blocks Javascript coding on the web browser. Javascript is a small language used to dynamically control a website on the client side. This means the code is executed on the user's machine in the web browser. The user can block execution of your Javascript, which gives the "void" error when it attempts to run. To correct the error, enable Javascript on your browser.

Step 1

Open Internet Explorer or Firefox on your desktop. Click the "Tools" menu item and then click "Internet Options." For Firefox, the menu item is labeled "Options."

Step 2

Click the "Security" tab in Internet Explorer. For Firefox, the tab is labeled "Content." Click "Custom Level" in Internet Explorer.

Step 3

Check the box to enable Javascript in both browsers. Click the "OK" button to save your settings. This closes the properties window. Javascript is now enabled, and you can run your Javascript code on the browser.

Tips & Warnings

  • Be sure to alert your readers that Javascript needs to be enabled to run your website properly. This avoids issues for your users when they read your website content.

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