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  How to turn on Javascript in your browser

Many web pages need you to switch on (or 'enable') Javascript.
If you 'enable' Javascript in your browser, web designers can use additional tricks to resize the page or add extra functionality.
For example drop down menus, buttons to make navigating websites easier and changing the cursor when you roll over an icon are all tricks done by Javascript.

Internet Explorer

Go to the Tools menu in IE and choose Internet Options.
Click the Security tab.
Make sure the Internet Zone is highlighted and press the Custom Level button to open the security options.
Look for the entry near the bottom of the list which says Scripting, then Active Scripting and make sure it is enabled.
Press OK to close the panels. Now reload the page which needs Javascript.


Go to the Safari menu or Edit menu and choose Preferences.
Click the Security tab.
You can check or uncheck Javascript here (Java settings are not for Javascript).
Close the panel. Now reload the page which needs Javascript.


Firefox users should go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click Content.
Check Enable Javascript (Java settings are not for Javascript) in the main panel, for more settings press Advanced.
Press OK to close the panel. Now reload the page which needs Javascript.

Google Chrome

Click the menu icon on the browser toolbar.
Select Settings.
Click the Show advanced settings.
Click Content Settings in the 'Privacy section.'
Select Allow all sites to run JavaScript in the 'JavaScript' section.

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