Enable JavaScript

Chrome

1. In Chrome, go to the Customize and control Google Chrome button in the top right corner of the window and select Settings.

2. On the Settings page, click on the Show advanced settings... link

3. Under the Privacy section, click on the Content settings... button.

4. When the pop-up box opens, under the JavaScript section and select the Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) option.

5. Click on the OK on the pop-up box.

6. Close the Settings tab.

7. Refresh the web browser page with either F5 or the Reload page button.

Internet Explorer

1. In Internet Explorer, go to the Tools menu and select Internet Options.

2. On the Internet Options window, click on the Security tab.

3. Click on the Custom level... button.

4. In the Security Settings - Internet Zone dialog window, look for the Scripting section.

5. Find the Active Scripting item and select Enable.

6. When the Warning! window pops up asking ‘Are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone?’, select Yes.

7. On the Internet Options window, click on the OK button.

8. Refresh the web browser page with either F5 or the Reload page button.

Firefox

1. In Firefox, go to the menu and then click on Options.

2. On the Options window, select the Content tab.

3. Tick the Enable JavaScript checkbox.

4. Click on the OK button.

5. Refresh the web browser page with either F5 or the Reload page button.

Safari

1. In Safari, click on Edit in the menu and select Preferences.

2. On the Preferences window, select the Security tab.

3. On the Web content section, tick the Enable JavaScript checkbox.

4. Close the window.

5. Refresh the web browser page with either F5 or the Reload page button.

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