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how do i enable javascript in my browser

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Re: how do i enable javascript in my browser

Hi,

 

You can get JAVA here.   If you are running IE then reset IE via Tools---->Internet Options ---> Advanced  to make sure that you are using the default settings.

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Re: how do i enable javascript in my browser

Javascript is not working, what can i do

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need help with javascript
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Re: how do i enable javascript in my browser

If you use Internet explorer,  follow these steps:

 

1. Click on "tools"

2. Click on "Internet Options"

3. Select the "Security" windows

4. Click on "Custom level"

5. Search for  "Scripting" on the "Security Settings - Internet Zone"

6.Choose "enable" for the option "Active Scripting"

7. Click "yes" if you see this message:

"Are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone?"

8. Click "Ok" to close the window "Internet options"

 

It's done!

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Re: how do i enable javascript in my browser

What if you are using Firefox? Do I need to update my java at thier site. It seems like every time I search I get some fake site I don't feel comfortable downloading from. Thnx

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