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Before diving into specific error scenarios and solutions, we need clarity on root causes. At the heart of many import fails lies critical distinctions between:
Traditional Scripts – The conventional globally scoped .js scripts powering websites for decades work as normal parsed text files. They declare variables, functions, and classes globally without needing import/exports.
Mixing the two modes causes imported scripts to fail to load. This leads us to common error cases…
Attempting to Import Global Scripts
Global .js scripts using legacy var, function, class, etc declarations without export/import keywords don’t qualify as valid modules. But using new import statements attempts to load them as modules, failing.
Inconsistent Script Type Attributes
Naming Container Inconsistencies
Module scripts expect .mjs extensions or locations inside /esm/ directory containers consistent with package rules. Attempting imports with .js extensions or global naming like /scripts/ throws type errors.
While subtle separately, inconsistent pairings of script types and integrations using import statements commonly underpin “module script expected” errors.
To better understand how these mismatches trigger browser errors in practice, observe the following usage demo:
// Global legacy script constmessage = ‘Helloworld!’;
This common declaration style works fine alone. Next, we’ll add an import:
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