javascriptThere are fewer and fewer websites on the Internet thatwork without using javascript. Scripts allow you to add various interactive services to the site, conduct polls and tests without overloading the entire page, thereby saving client traffic, creating image galleries (jQuery), drawing graphics, ... For robots such scripts need to enable javascript in the browser. In this article, we'll show you how to do this in browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

To enable javascript support in Microsoft Internet Explorer version 8 (in previous versions this is donepractical as well), you need to go to the browser settings: Tools-> Internet Options-> Security tab-> select the security level by clicking the "Other ..." -> in the "Run Java application scripts check the "Enable"(see Figure 1).

Fig. 1

javascript in IE

If you could not find the "Tools" button on the control panel, do so: Start-> Settings-> Control Panel-> Internet Options.

If you were unable to change the setting (inactive or otherwise), you must log in to the computer as Administrator.

Mozilla Firefox

To enable javascript support in your browser Mozilla Firefox, you need to go to the menu item "Tools" -> "Settings" -> the "Content" tab and check the box "Use javascript" (see Fig.2).

Fig. 2

javascript in Firefox


In the Opera browser, javascript support alsois included in the settings. To enable support go to the menu item "Tools" -> "Settings" -> Advanced tab -> Content section -> tick "Enable javascript" (see Figure 3).

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javascript in Opera

Also in Opera it is possible to configure javascript more finely. For fine tuning, click the "Configure javascript" button.

Google Chrome

AT Google Chrome javascript support is enabled by default (after allbrowser "sharpened" for Google services that work with javascript). If the support is still disabled, then look at the properties of the shortcut that starts the browser, perhaps in the "Object" field the option: -disable-javascript (disabling javascript via the command line) is added.
Here are some more useful options for launching Google Chrome: -disable-java (disables Java support) -disable-images (disables the display of pictures).

Apple Safari

To enable javascript support in Apple Safari, select the menu item "Settings" -> go to the "Security" tab and select "Connect javascript" (see Figure 4).

Fig. 4

javascript in Safari
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