How to Automatically Enable Javascript


If Javascript is disabled in your Web browser, every time you visit a page that requires it to load multimedia elements you will be prompted to temporarily enable it so that you can properly view the page. If you want to stop these prompts from appearing every time you look at a new page, you can just enable Javascript in your Web browser's "Options" menu. That way it will be automatically enabled and every page will be able to load correctly without asking for your permission.

Internet Explorer

  • Open Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browser.

  • Click "Tools."

  • Click "Internet Options."

  • Click "Security."

  • Click "Internet Zone." Click "Default Level," and then click "OK." Javascript is now automatically enabled in Internet Explorer.

Mozilla Firefox


  • Open the Opera Web browser on your computer.

  • Click "Tools."

  • Click "Preferences."

  • Click "Advanced."

  • Click "Content." Click on the "Enable Javascript" button and then click on the "OK" button. Javascript is now automatically enabled in the Opera Web browser.

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