JavaScriptHelp

Here's how to enable JavaScript in Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari.

Internet Explorer 6.X and lower:

  1. Click the Tools menu along the top of the Explorer window.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. From the tabs along the top, click Security.
  4. In the first box, Web content "Zone", click Internet.
  5. In the next box, "Security level for this zone", click Custom Level.
  6. In the window that opens, scroll down to the "Scripting" section, and under "Active scripting", select "Enable".
  7. Click OK, then OK again. Exit and re-open the browser.

Internet Explorer 7:

  1. Click the Tools menu along the top of the Explorer window.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. From the tabs along the top, click Advanced.
  4. In the window that opens, scroll down about half way. Look for a coffee-cup symbol. Enable JavaScript!
  5. Click OK, then OK again. Exit and re-open the browser.

Firefox:

  1. Click the Tools menu along the top of the Firefox window.
  2. Click Options.
  3. From the icons along the top, click Content.
  4. In the first section, put checks beside "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript".
  5. Click OK, then exit and re-open Firefox.

Safari:

  1. From the Safari menu, click Security.
  2. Check the boxes for "Use Plug-Ins", "Java" and "JavaScript".