Mozilla Firefox   

(older versions)

    From the "Tools" menu, go to "Options."
    Select the "Content" icon.
    Select "Enable JavaScript."
    Select "OK."

Internet Explorer

    Go to the "Tools" menu and choose "Internet Options"
    Click the "Security" tab
    Click Custom Level in Security Level for this Zone
    Scroll down to Scripting, near the bottom of the list
    Under "Active Scripting", choose "Enable"
    Click "OK" to leave "Security Settings." 
    Click "OK" to leave "Internet Options"

Google Chrome

    Click the


menu on the browser toolbar.
    Select "Settings."
    Click "Show Advanced Settings."
    In the "Privacy" section, click "Content Settings" button.
    In the "


" section, select "Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended)"

Apple Safari

    Click on the


menu, select "Preferences."
    Click the "Security" icon.
    Click on "Enable JavaScript" next to the "Web Content" section if it is not checked.
     Leave "Block Pop-Up Windows"
    Close the "Preferences" window.
    Close and restart Safari.


    Press the F-12 key or Select "Quick Preferences" from the browser's "Tools" menu.
    Make sure the checkbox next to "Enable JavaScript" is checked.
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