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Enabling your JavaScript



Select your Browser: How to find your Browser Version
  1. Select/click "Help" on your browser's menu bar.
    click here to see example
  2. From the Help menu, select/click "About <Browser Name>" (example: "About Internet Explorer" or "About Communicator...")
  3. Look for the version information. (example: Version: 5.30.2, would be Internet Explorer 5)
  4. Our best guess: We believe that you are using
    Internet Explorer, version 6.0
Internet Explorer 5 & 6
Step 1: Select/Click "Tools" from your Internet Explorer menu bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Internet Options" from the "Tools" menu drop down list. This will open the "Internet Options" window.
Step 3: Select/Click the "Security" tab in the "Internet Options" window. This will display the "Web content zones" - click here to see example.
Step 4: Select/Click "Internet" for you web content zone. This should show the security level for this zone.
Step 5: Select/Click the "Custom Level..." button. This should open the "Security Settings" window.
Step 6: Scroll through the settings until you find the heading "Scripting". The "Scripting" heading will have the subheadings "Active scripting", "Allow paste operations via script", and "Scripting of Java applets" - click here to see example.
Step 7: Select/Click "Enable" under the "Active scripting" subheading. Click "OK" when exiting each window to save your changes.

Internet Explorer 4
Step 1: Select/Click "Edit" from your Internet Explorer menu bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Internet Options" from the "Edit" menu drop down list. This will open the "Internet Options" window.
Step 3: Select/Click the "Security" tab in the "Internet Options" window. This will display the "Web content zones" - lick here to see example.
Step 4: Select/Click "Internet" for you web content zone. This should show the security level for this zone.
Step 5: Select/Click the "Custom Level..." button. This should open the "Security Settings" window.
Step 6: Scroll through the settings until you find the heading "Scripting". The "Scripting" heading will have the subheadings "Active scripting", "Allow paste operations via script", and "Scripting of Java applets" - click here to see example.
Step 7: Select/Click "Enable" under the "Active scripting" subheading. Click "OK" when exiting each window to save your changes.

Netscape 4
Step 1: Select/Click "Edit" from your Netscape menu bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Preferences..." from the "Edit" menu drop down list. This will open the "Preference" window.
Step 3: Select/Click "Advanced" from the "Preferences" window. This will display the "Advanced" settings - click here to see example.
Step 4: Select/Check "Enable JavaScript" from the "Advanced" settings. Click the "OK" button to save your changes.

Netscape 6
Step 1: Select/Click "Edit" from your Netscape menu bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Preferences..." from the "Edit" menu drop down list. This will open the "Preference" window.
Step 3: Select/Click "Advanced" from the "Preferences" window. This will display the "Advanced" settings> - click here to see example.
Step 4: Select/Check "Enable JavaScript for Navigator" from the "Advanced" settings. Click the "OK" button to save your changes.

Netscape 7
Step 1: Select/Click "Edit" from your Netscape menu bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Preferences..." from the "Edit" menu drop down list. This will open the "Preference" window.
Step 3: Click on the arrow next to "Advanced" from the "Preferences" window. This will display the list of "Advanced" options - click here to see example.
Step 4: Select/Click "Scripts & Plugins" from the "Advanced" options list.
Step 5: Select/Check "Navigator" under "Enable JavaScript for" sub-heading from the "Scripts & Plugins" setting options. Click the "OK" button to save your changes.

AOL 5
Step 1: Select/Click "My AOL" from your browser's tool bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Preferences" from the "My AOL" drop down menu. This will open the "Preferences" window.
Step 3: Select/Click "WWW" from the "Preferences" window. This will display the "AOL Internet Properties" window.
Step 4: Select/Click the "Security" tab in the "AOL Internet Properties" window. This will display the "Web content zones" - click here to see example.
Step 5: Select/Click "Internet" for you web content zone. This should show the security level for this zone.
Step 6: Select/Click the "Custom Level..." button. This should open the "Security Settings" window.
Step 7: Scroll through the settings until you find the heading "Scripting". The "Scripting" heading will have the subheadings "Active scripting", "Allow paste operations via script", and "Scripting of Java applets" - click here to see example.
Step 8: Select/Click "Enable" under the "Active scripting" subheading. Click "OK" when exiting each window to save your changes.

AOL 6 & 7
Step 1: Select/Click "Settings" from your tool bar.
Step 2: Select/Click "Preferences" from the "Settings" drop down menu. This will open the "Preferences" window.
Step 3: Select/Click "Internet Properties (WWW)" from the "Preferences" window. This will display the "Internet Options" window.
Step 4: Select/Click the "Security" tab in the "Internet Options" window. This will display the "Web content zones" - click here to see example.
Step 5: Select/Click "Internet" for you web content zone. This should show the security level for this zone.
Step 6: Select/Click the "Custom Level..." button. This should open the "Security Settings" window.
Step 7: Scroll through the settings until you find the heading "Scripting". The "Scripting" heading will have the subheadings "Active scripting", "Allow paste operations via script", and "Scripting of Java applets" - click here to see example.
Step 8: Select/Click "Enable" under the "Active scripting" subheading. Click "OK" when exiting each window to save your changes.
Step 9: You may need to log off and log back on for AOL to activate changes you make.


 
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