How to enable Javascript

Javascript is a computer language specifically designed for and built into most Web browsers, like Internet Explorer, FireFox and Safari. It enables your browser to dynamically present information in more intuitive, more useful ways than are possible with it.

Javascript is highly secure and is not known to compromise any sensitive data that may be stored on your computer. As such, most modern browsers have Javascript enabled by default.

You may enable Javascript via your Web browser's "Preferences" settings. For specific instructions, please see the appropriate instructions for your browser, as listed below.

How to enable JavaScript in Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows:

How to enable JavaScript in Microsoft Internet Explorer for Macintosh:

How to enable JavaScript in Netscape and Mozilla browsers:

How to enable JavaScript in Apple's Safari browser: