Steps to Enable/Disable JavaScript


Below are the steps to enable JavaScript in several browsers.

To disable JavaScript, do the same steps, but deselect rather than select the JavaScript options.

Run the browser and then do the steps for your browser as described below.

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Mozilla Firefox 1.X:

  • Select the Tools menu ; Options ; Web Features (at the left) ;
  • select Enable JavaScript ; OK.


Mozilla 1.X:

  • Select the Edit menu ; Preferences ;
  • click on the plus sign to expand Advanced ;
  • Scripts & Plugins ; below "Enable JavaScript for", select Navigator ; OK.


Internet Explorer 6.X:

  • Select the Tools menu ; Internet Options ; Security (tab) ;
  • Custom Level ; scroll down to Scripting ;
  • below Active Scripting, select Enable ; OK.


Internet Explorer 5.X:

  • Select the Tools menu ; Internet Options ; Security (tab) ;
  • Custom level button at the bottom right ; the Security settings dialog box will appear;
  • below Scripting category, select Active Scripting, Allow paste options via script and Scripting of Java applets ; OK ; OK.


Internet Explorer 4.0:

  • Select the View menu ; Internet Options ; Security (tab) ;
  • Custom ; Settings ; scroll down to Scripting ; select Enable for Active Scripting ;
  • OK ; select the Reload button.


Internet Explorer 3.X:

  • Select the View menu ; Options ; Security ; Enable Java Programs ;
  • OK ; select the Reload button.


Netscape 4.0 or higher:

  • Select the Edit menu ; Preferences ; Advanced ; select Enable Java ;
  • select Enable JavaScript ; OK.


Netscape 3.0:

  • Select the Edit menu ; Options ; Network Preferences ; Languages ;
  • select Enable Java ; select Enable JavaScript ; OK.


Netscape 4.0 and 5.0:

  • Select My AOL ; Preferences ; WWW ; Secutity (tab) ; Custom ; Settings ;
  • scroll down to Scripting ; select Enable for Active Scripting ;
  • OK ; select the Reload button.


Netscape Navigator 4.8:

  • Select the Edit menu ; Preferences ; Advanced ; Scripts & Plugins ;
  • Enable JavaScript ; OK.


Apple Safari 1.0:

  • Select the Safari menu ; Preferences ; Preferences ; Security ;
  • Enable JavaScript ; OK.


AOL 9:

  • From the AOL toolbar, select Settings ; from the "Settings: Essentials" dialog box, select "Internet [Web] Options" ;
  • select the Security tab (at the top) ; select the Custom Level button (near the bottom) ;
  • from the "Security Settings" dialog box, scroll down to "Active scripting" and select Enable ;
  • OK ; OK ; close AOL ; restart AOL.


AOL 7 or 8:

  • From the "My AOL" menu, select Preferences ; select the WWW button ;
  • select the Security tab (at the top), select the Custom Level button (near the bottom) ;
  • from the "Security Settings" dialog box, scroll down to "Active scripting" and select Enable ;
  • OK ; OK ; close the Preferences box.


AOL 4.0 & 5.0:

When using the use AOL browser, you may get a JavaScript error, but when using an external browser (Mozilla, IE) this does not occur. AOL uses compressed graphics by Default and this doesn't allow Java to work while browsing inside AOL. (This also makes photos you view on web pages look less than their best.)

  • Select the My AOL menu ; Preferences ; WWW icon ; Web Graphics (tab) ;
  • deselect the box next to Use Compressed Graphics ; OK ; Restart the computer.

Note that there are both 16-bit and 32-bit versions of AOL 4.0. Only the 32-bit version has full Java capabilites.


AOL 3.0:

  • Select the Prefs menu ; Security ; Enable Java Programs ; OK ;
  • select the browser's back button ; select reload.


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