How do I turn on Javascript?

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From within Internet Explorer, click the Tools icon then click Internet Options to open the pop up dialog.
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Click the Security tab.
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In the Security tab, click on Internet zone at the top, then "Custom Level..." towards the bottom.
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In the new dialog box, scroll down the list of options until you find a section called Scripting.
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The first sub-heading in this list is "Active scripting". Select either Disable or Prompt to disable Javascript.
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Click OK to close this screen, then Apply to apply the changes.
1.
From within Internet Explorer, click the Tools icon then click Internet Options to open the pop up dialog.
2.
Click the Security tab.
3.
In the Security tab, click on Internet zone at the top, then "Custom Level..." towards the bottom.
4.
In the new dialog box, scroll down the list of options until you find a section called Scripting.
5.
The first sub-heading in this list is "Active scripting". Select either Disable or Prompt to disable Javascript.
6.
Click OK to close this screen, then Apply to apply the changes.
1.
From within Internet Explorer, click the Tools menu, then click Internet Options to open the pop up dialog.
2.
Click the Security tab.
3.
In the Security tab, click on Internet zone at the top, then "Custom Level..." towards the bottom.
4.
In the new dialog box, scroll down the list of options until you find a section called Scripting.
5.
The first sub-heading in this list is "Active scripting". Select either Disable or Prompt to disable Javascript.
6.
Click OK to close this screen, then Apply to apply the changes.
1.
From within Internet Explorer, click the Tools menu, then click Internet Options to open the pop up dialog.
2.
Click the Security tab.
3.
In the Security tab, click on Internet zone at the top, then "Custom Level..." towards the bottom.
4.
In the new dialog box, scroll down the list of options until you find a section called Scripting.
5.
The first sub-heading in this list is "Active scripting". Select either Disable or Prompt to disable Javascript.
6.
Click OK to close this screen, then Apply to apply the changes.
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From within Mozilla Firefox, click the Firefox menu in the top left of the screen, then click Options to open the pop up dialog.
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Click the Content tab.
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In the Content tab, tick the Enable Javascript option.
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Click OK to close this screen and apply the changes.
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From within Mozilla Firefox, click the Firefox menu in the top left of the screen, then click Preferences to open the pop up dialog.
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Click the Content tab.
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In the Content tab, tick the Enable Javascript option.
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Close the Preferences dialog to apply the changes.
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From within Mozilla Firefox, click the Tools menu, then click Options to open the pop up dialog.
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Click the Content tab.
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In the Content tab, tick the Enable Javascript option.
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Click OK to close this screen and apply the changes.
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From within Mozilla Firefox, click the Firefox menu in the top left of the screen, then click Preferences to open the pop up dialog.
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Click the Content tab.
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In the Content tab, tick the Enable Javascript option.
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Close the Preferences dialog to apply the changes.
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From within Google Chrome, click the Tools icon in the top right of the screen, then Options to open the options tab.
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Click Under the Bonnet.
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In the Privacy section, click "Content Settings..."
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In the Javascript section, change the option to "Allow all sites to run JavaScript".
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Close the Options tab to apply the changes.
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From within Google Chrome, click the Chrome menu in the top left of the screen, then click preferences to open the options tab.
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Click Under the Hood.
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In the Privacy section, click "Content Settings..."
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In the Javascript section, change the option to "Allow all sites to run JavaScript".
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Close the Options tab to apply the changes.
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From within Safari, click the "Safari Settings" menu in the top right of the screen, then click preferences to open the options window.
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Click the Security tab.
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In the Security tab, go to the Web Content section and make sure the Enable Javascript option is ticked.
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Close the Options window to apply the changes.
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From within Safari, click the "Safari Settings" menu in the top left of the screen, then click preferences to open the options window.
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Click the Security tab.
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In the Security tab, go to the Web Content section and make sure the Enable Javascript option is ticked.
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Close the Options window to apply the changes.
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From within Opera, click the Menu button in the top left of the screen and go to Settings --> Preferences.
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Click the Advanced tab.
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In the Advanced settings tab, go to the Content section in the left and make sure the Enable Javascript option is ticked.
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Click OK to close the Preferences window to apply the changes.