JavaScript enable:

How To JavaScript Enable your Browser

This document discusses how to JavaScript enable your browser by simply following the instructions provided for each of the different browsers that are available, the instructions also contain links to screen shots which should help to make it easier to follow the instructions to JavaScript enable your browser.

Quick Links:
Internet Explorer 7
Internet Explorer 6
Netscape Navigator 8.1.2
Quick Links:
Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.11
Opera 9.10
   

If your browser is not listed here I suggest that you use your browser’s on–line Support Center to find information and instructions on how to JavaScript enable the browser.

Note icon If you up–grade your browser or you install security software or even security patches always bear in mind that they may affect your browsers JavaScript settings, so it is always a good idea to double check that your browser is still JavaScript enabled.
Also if you set JavaScript to prompt when you view web sites that display Google Ads you may get a warning that you are about to download a pontentially dangerous script.

If you are still having problems after ensuring that your browser is JavaScript is enabled when you view web pages containing JavaScripts, then you need to check the settings of any firewall or other security software that you have installed on your system (PC).

Internet Explorer 7

  1. The first step to JavaScript enabling Internet Explorer 7 is to point to Tools in the menu bar, or the Tools button in the command bar and then left click to select and open either the Tools menu, or the Command Bar menu they are identical.
  2. Then point to the menu item marked Internet Options and then left click to select the menu item and open the Internet Options dialog box.
  3. In the Internet Options dialog box point to the tab marked Security and left click to select the tab, and then point to the Internet Zone icon and left click to select the zone.
  4. Then point to the button marked Custom level ... and left click and this will open the Security settings Internet Zone dialog box.
  5. Then in the Settings box scroll down to Scripting settings in the first item marked Active scripting point to and left click on the radio button marked Enable.
  6. Then point to the button marked OK and left click on the button to select it, a small warning dialog box will open and ask if you want to change the security settings, so point to the button marked Yes and left click and the warning box and the Security settings Internet Zone dialog box will then close.
  7. In the Internet Options dialog box point to the button marked OK and left click to close the dialog box and your done.
  8. Now all that you have to do is point to your browser’s Refresh button Refresh button and left click to reload this page and the message at the top of the page should not be visible when the page reloads.

Internet Explorer 6

  1. The first step to JavaScript enabling Internet Explorer 6 is to point to Tools in the menu bar, and then left click to open the Tools menu.
  2. Then point to the menu item marked Internet Options and left click to select the menu item and open the Internet Options dialog box.
  3. In the internet Options dialog box point to the tab marked Security and left click to select the tab, and then point to the Internet Zone icon and left click to select the zone.
  4. Then point to the button marked Custom level ... and left click and this will open the Security settings Internet Zone dialog box.
  5. In the Settings box scroll down to Scripting settings and in the first item marked Active scripting point to and left click on the radio button marked Enable.
  6. Then point to the button marked OK and left click on the button to select it, a small warning dialog box will open and ask if you want to change the security settings, just point to the button marked Yes and left click and both the warning box and the Security settings Internet Zone dialog box will close.
  7. In the Internet Options dialog box point to the button marked OK and left click to close the dialog box and your done.
  8. Now all that you have to do is point to your browser’s Refresh button Refresh button and left click to reload this page and the message at the top of the page should not be visible when the page reloads.

Netscape Navigator 8.1.2

  1. The first step to JavaScript enabling Netscape Navigator is to point to Tools in the menu bar and then left click to open the Tools menu.
  2. In the Tools menu point to the menu item marked Options... and then left click to select the menu item and open the Options menu dialog box.
  3. In the Options menu dialog in box, under the menu heading Site Security point to the item marked Site Controls and then left click to open the Site Controls menu.
  4. In the Site Control menu point to the Site List tab and then left click to select it and open the Site List menu.
  5. Then in the Site List menu under the menu heading Web Features point to the check box marked Enable JavaScript and left click to select and check the check box.
  6. Then point to the button at the bottom of the Options – Site Controls dialog box marked OK and left click to close the menu dialog box.
  7. Then open the Security Center using either the button on the status bar, the button on the tool bar, or via the Tools menu.
  8. In the Security Center menu point to the menu item marked Current Site Settings and left click to open the Current Site Settings menu.
  9. Then point to the little round blue coloured button with a white arrow and left click to select it and open the Site Controls menu.
  10. Then in the Site Control menu point to the tab marked Advanced, and then in the Advanced menu point to the check bock marked Enable JavaScript and then left click to check the check box, and the message at the top of the page should now dissappear and your done.
  11. Then point to the button at the bottom of the Site Controls menu marked Done and then left click to close the menu.
  12. Now all that you have to do is point to the little X in the top right hand corner of the Security Center menu and then left click to close the menu.

Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.11

  1. The first step to JavaScript enabling the Mozilla Firefox browser is to point to Tools in the menu bar and then left click to open the Tools menu.
  2. In the Tools menu point to the menu item marked Options... and then left click to select the options... menu item and open the Options dialog box.
  3. In the Options dialog box point to the Content icon and then left click to open the Content menu.
  4. In the Content menu point to the check box marked Enable JavaScript and then left click to select and check the check box.
  5. Now point to the button at the bottom of the Options dialog box marked OK and then left click and you are done.
  6. Now all that you have to do is point to your browser’s Refresh button Refresh button and left click to reload this page and the message at the top of the page should not be visible when the page reloads.

Opera 9.10

  1. The first step to JavaScript enabling the Opera browser is to point to Tools in the menu bar and then left click to open the Tools menu.
  2. In the Tools menu point to the menu item marked Preferences... and then left click to select the Preferences... menu item and open the Preferences dialog box.
  3. In the Preferences dialog box point to the tab marked Advanced and then left click to open the Advanced menu.
  4. In the Advanced menu point to the item marked Content on the left side of the menu, and then left click to open the Content menu.
  5. In the Content menu point to the check box marked Enable JavaScript and then left click to select and check the box, and then point to the button at the bottom of the Preferences dialog box marked OK and then left click to close the Preferences dialog box and your done.
  6. Now all that you have to do is point to your browser’s Refresh button Refresh button and left click to reload this page and the message at the top of the page should not be visible when the page reloads.
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