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Why do I have to enable JavaScript on my web Browser?

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Most websites on the web, including this one, require JavaScript to be enabled in your web Browser to give you the best experience. JavaScript is usually enabled by default in most web Browsers. If you've got JavaScript turned off, read on for instructions on how to turn it back on in Firefox, Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera, Safari and AOL.

Mozilla Firefox
In Firefox, go to the Tools menu and select Options... and then click on the Content tab. There you'll see the "Enable JavaScript" option. Check it to turn JavaScript on. The Advanced button gives you a few more options for when JavaScript is enabled. When you're done, click on OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

Internet Explorer
In Internet 4.X, select Internet Options from the View menu. Click the Security tab. Click Custom. Click Settings. Scroll down to locate Scripting. Click Enable for Active Scripting. Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page. In Internet Explorer 5 or 6, enabling and disabling JavaScript is a bit less obvious. First, go to the Tools menu and choose Internet Options. Click on the Security tab and then on the Internet icon. Then click on the Custom Level button below. Scroll down to the Scripting heading and then click on Enable to turn JavaScript on. If you choose the Prompt option, you will be prompted every time a web site tries to use JavaScript. Since most web sites use some JavaScript these days, this gets pretty annoying and we recommend against this option. When you're finished, click on OK twice and then Refresh your Browser's page.

In Internet Explorer 5.X for Mac OS X, select Preferences from the Explorer menu. Click the arrow next to Web Browser. Click Web Content. Under Active Content check Enable Scripting. Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

In Internet Explorer 5 for Mac OS 9, Select Preferences from the Edit menu. Click the arrow next to Web Browser. Click Web Content. Under Active Content check Enable Scripting. Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

In Internet Explorer 7 and above, click on Tools and and select Internet Options. Click on the Security tab and then click on the Custom Level. Scroll down to Scripting. Select the option Active Scripting to Enable. Then click on the OK button. Click Yes. Click on OK again and then Refresh your Browser's page.

Netscape
In Netscape 4.X, select Preferences from the Edit menu. Click Advanced. Check Enable JavaScript. Check Enable style sheets. Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

In Netscape 4.X for Mac OS 9, Select Preferences from the Edit menu. Click Advanced. Check Enable JavaScript. Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

In Netscape 6.X, select Preferences from the Edit menu. Click Advanced. Check Enable JavaScript for Navigator. Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

In Netscape 7.X, select Preferences from the Edit menu. Click the arrow next to Advanced. Click Scripts & Plugins. Check Navigator beneath "Enable Javascript for". Click OK and then Refresh your Browser's page.

Opera
Opera's JavaScript settings are also pretty easy to find. Click on the Tools menu and choose Preferences. Then click on the Advanced tab and then Content on the left, where you'll see the Enable JavaScript option. Checked means JavaScript on. Like Firefox, Opera gives you some more options if you click on JavaScript options. When you're done, click OK and then Reload the page.

Safari
Like Firefox, Safari makes things easy. To turn on JavaScript in Apple's browser, go to the Edit menu and choose Preferences. Then click on the Security tab where you'll see the Enable JavaScript option. Check it to turn JavaScript on. When you're done just close the window.

AOL
In AOL 7.0 and above, select Preferences from the Settings menu. Click Internet Properties (WWW) under Organization. Click the Security tab. Check the Custom Level button. Scroll down to locate Scripting. For Active Scripting click Enable. Click OK, and then OK again to close all dialogs. Close the Preferences window, and then Reload the page.


Last Update Nov-03-2010

 
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