Why do i receive errors when viewing certain web pages?

Question

WHILE TRYING TO LOG ONTO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY VOTE VIA INTERNET, WHENEVER I TRIED TO MOVE TO THE VOTING SCREEN, IT GAVE A MESSAGE OF A "SCRYPT ERROR ON LINE FOURTEEN?" AND IF I CHECKED OK, IT WOULD ONLY RETURN ME TO THE HOME PAGE.

WHAT IS A SCRYPT ERROR AND WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO ACCESS IF THIS ERROR OCCURS IN THE FUTURE?

THANKS,

ERNIE STORTZ

Answer

This question was answered on April 16, 2000. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

The script error usually means there is a problem with the computer code written to run the web site, or there is some sort of code that your browser cannot understand.

solutions:

1 Ensure you have the latest edition of your web browser, and that

it supports JAVA, and JAVA Script.

2 Most web sites have a way for you to e-mail the web master Find

that link and send a e-mail to the sites web master with the exact

wording you received in the error message Be sure to include

the name and version of the browser you were using to view the

site.

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Posted by Chester of University of Advancing Computer Technology on April 16, 2000