How to Enable JavaScript from your Browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5/6 In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools menu (step 1) and select Internet Options… (step 2), as shown in the picture below.  

Click on the Security tab (step 3) and then click on the Custom Level... button (step 4).  

  Scroll down until you can see the options shown in the picture below. They are located near the bottom of the list. Set the option Active Scripting to Enable (step 5). Then click on the OK button (step 6).  

  Click Yes (step 7).  

  Click OK (step 8). This concludes enabling JavaScript for Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or 6.  

  If the problematic Web page (which did not work without JavaScript) is still open inside Internet Explorer, simply press the 'F5' key on your keyboard to reload it. Now it should work correctly.   Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 In Internet Explorer 7, click on the Tools button (step 1), located in the upper right part of the screen (next to the gear icon), and select Internet Options (step 2), as shown in the picture.

Click on the Security tab (step 3), and then click on the 'Custom Level...' button (step 4).  

  Scroll down (step 5) until you can see the options shown in the picture below. They are located near the bottom of the list. Set the option Active Scripting to Enable (step 6). Then click on the OK button (step 7).  

  Click Yes (step 8).  

  Click OK (step 9). This concludes enabling JavaScript for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.  

  If the problematic Web page (which did not work without JavaScript) is still open inside Internet Explorer, simply press the 'F5' key on your keyboard to reload it. Now it should work correctly. Mozilla Firefox 1.5 In Firefox click on the Tools menu (step 1) and select Options (step 2), as shown in the picture.  

Click on the Content tab (step 3), check the Enable JavaScript checkbox (step 4), and finally click on the OK button (step 5). This concludes enabling JavaScript for Mozilla Firefox 1.5.