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Jack McKalling

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  1. The javascript reference contains pages for all object types, like Array, Boolean, Date, Math, String. But not Object itself. There is a page for "Global" properties and functions, "Operators" and "Statements", but things like Object.create(), Object.values(), Object.keys() etc aren't on any of those pages either. Are these methods not documented because of lack of support on W3Schools for the relevant javascript version, or can Object be added to the reference pages? I'd like to see Object documented here, and not need to go to the MDN. Thanks for letting me know *Edit: I phr
  2. For some reason the W3Schools website is not reachable in IE8. It simply gives a direct HTTP error and I cannot view any page. However the forum works just fine, but that is on a different domain anyway. Why is this? Is this a decision from W3S, to kick browsers that are too old, or is it some browser setting I myself overlooked? Because I find it very weird that W3S, who themselves are teaching how to be cross-browser, are not even compatible at all with this one. I was just trying to figure out whether I should be using the "lightgrey" or "lightgray" colourname, and I know IE8 is the
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