JavaScript Application Error your title was not saved.

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My internet Explorer is not working properly I don’t know its reason. For removing this problem I uninstall internet explorer and install it again but problem appears same.

Due to this problem I can’t open any site properly when I click at OK then webpage closed.

Please tell me its solution and reason.

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[JavaScript Application]

Error: your title was not saved. <?xml version=”1.0”encoding=”utf-8”?>

<err stat=”fail”>

<err code=”100”msg=”invalid API key (key has expired)”/>

</rsp>

                                                            OK    

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #95999

JavaScript Application Error your title was not saved.

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Hi Eewlespery,

[JavaScript Application]

Error: your title was not saved. <?xml version=”1.0”encoding=”utf-8”?>

<err stat=”fail”>

<err code=”100”msg=”invalid API key (key has expired)”/>

</rsp>

As you see in your error message box. You’re trying to open a file that was not saved in your system or you deleted it.

So I suggest open recycle bin and restore first the file that you want to open. In that case you can now open the file without any more error message.

Or maybe the file name was already changed in your system.

Just try to check your file name before you open. Hope this will work. thanks, 

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Answered By 566270 points N/A #96000

JavaScript Application Error your title was not saved.

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Microsoft Internet Explorer, any of its versions, is very common to have errors mostly about script errors. I’m also wondering why this happens since the error only appears on this browser and not with other web browsers. As with your explanation, it seems that you are using the upgrade version of Microsoft Internet Explorer because you can’t normally uninstall Microsoft Internet Explorer from Microsoft Windows because it is the default web browser and is somewhat integrated with the operating system.

You really can’t do anything about it since the problem is really with the web browser. The only thing you can do is to use a different web browser and avoid using Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Your computer is not limited to only one web browser and you can in fact use as many web browsers as you like. To view any websites properly without having any of those absurd script errors,

use other web browsers like Opera browser, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari 5.1.7 for Windows, and Maxthon’s Cloud Browser.

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