Most browsers support JavaScript and you shouldn’t have to worry about downloading it. You simply need to enable it on your browser. Below are instructions on how to enable JavaScript with various web browsers.

      With Internet Explorer 5 or Newer
  1. Click on Tools in your top menu bar and select Internet options.
  2. Click on the Security tab and then click on the Custom level button. This will bring up a Security Settings box.
  3. Scroll down close to the bottom until you see Scripting. Under where it says Active Scripting, select the Enable option.

     With Firefox - older versions (Doesn't apply to latest versions)

  1. Start Firefox and click on the Firefox menu in the top left corner of your screen (or Click on Tools in the top menu bar if you have an older version of Firefox). Then select Preferences (or Options with older version of Firefox).
  2. Click on the Content tab (or Web Features button) and check the box next to where it says Enable JavaScript.
  3. Click OK to close out the dialog box.
  4. Close the browser and re-launch it.

     With Google Chrome

  1. Click on the Chrome Settings button (square with three lines in it) in the top right corner of your screen and select Settings.
  2. Scroll down the page and click "Show advanced settings..."
  3. Under the Privacy section, click the "Content Settings" button.
  4. In the window that appears, scroll down and look for "JavaScript"
  5. Check the box next to where it says "Allow all sites to run JavaScript" > Click Ok
  6. Close the browser and then relaunch it for the setting to take effect.


      With Safari

  1. Click on Safari in the top menu and select Preferences.
  2. Click on the Security button (or tab).
  3. Check the box next to where it says Enable JavaScript.
  4. Close the dialog box.
  5. Close the browser and then re-launch it.

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