How to Turn on Java Script in Your Browser

By John Lewman Internet, browser, java

Java script is a very useful thing to have activated in your browser. For having basic content access and a bit of dynamic, Java script is a key element. Here are some simple steps on how to turn on Java script in several browsers. They are easy and very useful. And they work in all browsers and all types of computers, from PC's to MAC's.

For the Internet Explorer you hopefully use 6.0 or higher. The steps are:

1. Select Tools from the menu.
2. Chose Internet Options.
3. Click Security sheet.
4. Click on the Custom Level.
5. Go down until you reach Scripting.
6. Select enable under Active Scripting.
7. Click OK.

For Netscape Navigator is indicated to use 4.7 or higher. The steps are:
1. Select Edit from the menu.
2. Choose Preferences.
3. Choose Advanced.
4. Choose Scripts and Plugins.
5. Validate the Enable Java Script box.
6. Click OK.

For Mozilla Firefox use may use any version. The steps are:

1. Choose Tools.
2. Choose Options.
3. Choose Content.
4. Validate the Enable Java Script box.
5. Click OK.

For Apple Safari you may also use any version. The steps are:

1. Select Safari from the menu.
2. Choose Preferences.
3. Choose Security.
4. Validate the Enable Java Script box.

This is all you have to do to turn on Java script in any browser. No matter what is the browser you are using. You now have it active and ready to be used. Java script is very useful. All the content on the pages you visit will look much better when you have Java script turned on. The content will be adapted to you as a user. Java script can be used to determine the browser you are using, the width and height of your screen. Also it can create small scripts that create dynamic content. Even smaller games can be designed to use only the Java script.

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