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How Do I Enable JavaScript and Active Scripting in My Browser?
Posted by Louis Peduzzi on 24 August 2013 06:14 PM
Enable JavaScript and Active Scripting in Browser

Please keep in mind that upgrading your browser or installing new security software or security patches may affect your JavaScript and scripting settings.
The following instructions describe how to enable scripting in your browser. If your browser isn't listed, please consult its online help pages.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7+

    Open Internet Explorer and select Tools from the top menu.
    Choose Internet Options.
    Click on the Security tab, then click the Custom Level button.
    Scroll down to the Scripting section.
    Select Enable for these two options: Active Scripting and Scripting of Java Applets.
    Click OK.
    Select YES if a box appears to confirm and click OK.
    Close your browser and re-open it if you changed this setting.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6

    Open Internet Explorer and select Tools from the top menu.
    Choose Internet Options.
    Click on the Security tab, then click the Custom Level button.
    Scroll down to the Scripting section.
    Under Active Scripting, select Enable.
    Click OK.
    Close your browser and re-open it if you changed this setting.

Mozilla Firefox

    Open Firefox and select Tools from the top menu.
    Choose Options.
    Click Content in the Options list.
    Check the box next to Enable JavaScript.
    Next to Enable JavaScript, click the Advanced... button.
    Check the appropriate boxes under Allow scripts to.
    Click OK until all Options windows are closed.
    Close your browser and re-open it if you changed any settings.

Apple Safari

    Select Safari from the top menu.
    Choose Preferences.
    Choose Security.
    Select the checkbox next to Enable JavaScript.
    Click OK.
    Close your browser and re-open it if you changed this setting.