There are SO MANY problems (converting my site for GC), the time it would take to fix them all would be enormous (my site is huge, it has everything from complex movable obeject scripts to player wallets, rewards, slideshows, an incredibly complex draw-card system, player wallets, rediculously large image map scripts that change on mouseovers, a floating calculator that is also draggable, many many popup's, floating navigation menu, and endless graphical and css tricks - and let's not forget about my ancient coding skills - that complicates things further).
I might be better off trying to eliminate the 'seemingly random' Runtime error I get a few hours into playing the game, and just forget about a save feature altogether. If I can crack that runtime error, there would be no real need to implement a save feature, because the browser wouldn't lock up on the user.
My skills in error-checking are not great at all, but that runtime error is the ONLY error I get running my site OFFLINE, IN IE9, WITHOUT A DOCTYPE.
How can I determine that Runtime error? I have no experience with runtime errors. I DID however re-study variable-types (how they're created, where they should be, Global, Local, etc.) because I read that using variables incorrectly can lead to runtime errors. So now all my variables seem to conform to how they're supposed to be. I need to go study how to check runtime errors again, see if I missed something.
Is there any programs you know of that can check for runtime errors?
ps. is IE9 ever going to change the way they handle 'data storage'? Will they ever make it like it was in IE8 or in Google Chrome? Anyone know?
Last edited by Mindphaser; 04-06-2013 at 07:13 PM..