Thursday, October 20, 2005
However, more code means more opportunities to introduce bugs in the end product.
By default, script debugging is turned off. As an end user you want to see the information you have clicked for, so having debugging capabilities turned off allows you to see the web page without missing much. I mean, once you've seen a fading effect, you've seen them all (They all look the same and they're annoying).
I'm guessing that some developers turn this off (I some times do) because it gets frustrating to click the "Ok" button in order to get rid of the little grey critters.
?; IBM's ecommerce site can't get rid of them