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    Question Enabling Javascript

    Hello, is there a link to somehelpful information for enabling Javascript that i could place on my pages for those who don't get it working?

    Thanks for any advice
    Ove

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    No, what you need to do is make sure that your pages work without it.
    Vladdy

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    No place that you should link to but if you want to include it on your site you can find the information quite easily by doing a Google search on "enable JS". For example:

    Internet Explorer Version 5.0 and above -
    In the top menu go to "Tools" --> "Internet Options" --> "Security". Scroll down in the listed options to the section labeled "Scripting" and make sure all these options are enabled (Active Scripting, Allow Paste Operations via script, and Scripting of Java Applets). Click "OK" and "OK" again, and then close your browser and restart it. The site should work properly.

    Netscape 4.0 and above -
    In the top menu go to "Edit" --> "Preferences". In the list of options in the window on the left, click on "Advanced". Make sure that "Enable Javascript" is checked. Click "OK", and then close your browser and restart it. The site should work properly.

    Mozilla 1.0 and above -
    In the top menu go to "Edit" --> "Preferences". In the list of options in the window on the left, click on "Advanced" --> "Scripts and Plugins". Make sure that the "Enable Javascript for Navigator" is checked and that all the options in the window below it are checked also. Click "OK", and then close your browser and restart it. The site should work properly.

    Opera 6.0 and above -
    In the top menu go to "File" --> "Preferences". In the list of options in the window on the left, click on "Multimedia". Make sure that "Enable Javascript" is checked. Click "OK", and then close your browser and restart it. The site should work properly.

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    Along those lines:

    For Firefox -
    From the menu select Tools|Options, go to Web Options and check the Enable Javascript box. Click on the Advanced button and check all of the boxes in the popup.

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    Originally posted by TheBearMay
    Along those lines:

    For Firefox -
    From the menu select Tools|Options, go to Web Options and check the Enable Javascript box. Click on the Advanced button and check all of the boxes in the popup.
    Since you are at it, can you post how do you enable javascipt on Lynx....
    Vladdy

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    That might be a wee bit difficult...

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    How about, download Firefox....

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