“Script Error.” is a generic error message that can be caused by a variety of issues. It’s not always clear what the problem is just by looking at this error message, but here are a few things that might cause it:
- A problem with a library or framework that you’re using, such as an outdated version or a conflict with another library.
- A problem with the browser itself, such as a bug or a conflict with an extension or add-on.
- A problem with the web page or website that you’re visiting, such as a missing or misconfigured file.
- A problem with the network connection, such as a blocked or slow connection.
- Cross-origin issues, such as trying to access a resource from a different domain without the proper permissions.
To troubleshoot this error, you can try the following:
- Update or remove any libraries or frameworks that you’re using to see if that fixes the problem.
- Try running your code in a different browser to see if the problem is specific to one browser.
- Check the browser’s developer console for any additional error messages or warnings that might provide more information about the problem.
- Check the network tab in the browser’s developer console to see if there are any issues with loading resources.
- Check the security settings of your browser or any browser extension you have installed.
- Try to reproduce the error on a different computer or network to see if the problem is specific to your setup.
It’s possible that the error message is coming from a third party script or library, in that case you should check their documentation and forums for more information.