JavaScript - Enabling

JavaScript is a client-side programming language, which means that it is executed by the user's web browser rather than on a server. In order to use JavaScript on a website, it must be enabled on the user's browser.

By default, JavaScript is enabled in most web browsers, but there may be instances where it has been disabled either by the user or by an administrator. To enable JavaScript in a web browser, the user can typically follow these steps:

In Internet Explorer:

Click on the "Tools" menu.

Select "Internet Options".

Click on the "Security" tab.

Click on the "Custom Level" button.

Scroll down to the "Scripting" section.

Select "Enable" for "Active Scripting".

Click "OK" to close the Internet Options dialog.


In Firefox:

Click on the "Menu" button (the three horizontal lines in the upper-right corner).

Select "Options".

Select "Content" from the left-hand menu.

Make sure the checkbox next to "Enable JavaScript" is checked.

Click "OK" to close the Options dialog.


In Chrome:

Click on the three dots in the upper-right corner.

Select "Settings".

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Advanced".

Under the "Privacy and security" section, click on "Content settings".

Click on "JavaScript"

Turn on the toggle switch


In Safari:

Click on "Safari" in the menu bar.

Select "Preferences".

Select the "Security" tab.

Make sure the checkbox next to "Enable JavaScript" is checked.

Close the Preferences dialog.