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Asked: Nov 12 '13 at 20:21

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Last updated: Nov 12 '13 at 21:06

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ActiveX Sniff

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Possible browser sniffing via window.ActiveXObject;. Some sites alter their behavior based on the existence window.ActiveXObject. The test warns when script accesses this API.

Resolution: ◦Use feature detection.

Stack Trace: eval code (eval code), Line 1

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Possible browser sniffing via attachEvent or detachEvent.

Some sites alter their behavior based on the existence of these APIs. The test warns when script accesses these APIs.

Resolution: ◦Use feature detection.

Stack Trace: Global code (http://meta.inwardquest.com/m/default/media/js/osqa.main.js), Line 766

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Stack Trace: eval code (eval code), Line 1

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Stack Trace: Anonymous function (http://code.jquery.com/jquery-migrate-1.2.1.js), Line 256

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Resolution: ◦Use feature detection.

Stack Trace: Anonymous function (http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.3/jquery-ui.js), Line 247

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Possible browser sniffing via navigator.userAgent. Some sites alter their behavior based on the value of the user agent string. The test warns when script accesses this API.

Resolution: ◦Use feature detection.

Stack Trace: Anonymous function (http://widgets.outbrain.com/OutbrainRater.js), Line 1

also just to help you out.

like you said the slow down might not be code only. try f12 with i.e. 11 if you have it run a system test or memory test. probably using to much resource or memory or you have a memory leek.

any how Simon I am sure that you will find it you usely do a good job.

hope I am not pissing you to much with web site work or technical stuff.

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