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Saturday, May 24, 2008

How to Enable/Disable Javascript in Internet Explorer

JavaScript is enabled in every browser by default. It helps you to show up dynamic JavaScript actions on the websites you visit. But if you wish not to execute any JavaScript in your browser you can simply put the support for JavaScript off from your browser. You can also turn off or on JavaScript in Internet Explorer.

Open Internet Explorer and go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> Custom Level. A pop-up opens and there you will find lots of options to enable and disable or to prompt. Now scroll down to the last. The one before the last option is about JavaScript. You can see there is the options forScripting -> Active Scripting. Thats the option for JavaScript. You can enable/disable it from there. Or you can set it to prompt you whenever a web page tries to load a JavaScript.


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