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If your browser doesn't support JavaScript, you can download a browser which does support it, such as Firefox. Firefox is a fast, secure, cross-platform browser available for free download from www.getfirefox.com

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If JavaScript has been disabled, follow the instructions below to turn it back on. Instructions are given for several popular browsers:

Turn on Scripting in IEInternet Explorer:

On the Tools Menu, pick Internet Options.

In the Internet Options Dialog box, switch to the Security Tab.

With the Internet Zone selected, click the Custom Level Button at the bottom.

In the Security Settings dialog box, Scroll down until you see the Scripting options section.

Check the Enable Active Scripting radio button.

Click Ok.

Click Ok again.

With scripting enabled, press F5 on your keyboard or click the Refresh button to reload this page.

Note: there may be some variance from these instructions depending on which version of Internet Explorer you use and whether you are on a Mac or Windows machine.

 

Turn on Scripting in FirefoxFirefox

On the Tools Menu, pick Options.

Select the Web Features Category.

Check the box next to Enable JavaScript.

Click Ok.

With scripting enabled, press F5 on your keyboard or click the Refresh button to reload this page.

Note: there may be some variance from these instructions depending on which version of Firefox you use and whether you are on a Mac, Windows or *nix machine.

 

Turn on Scripting in OperaOpera

On the Tools Menu, hover the mouse over Quick Preferences to expand that sub-menu (or just press F12 on your keyboard).

Check the box beside Enable JavaScript.

An alternate method in Opera (not pictured) is to go to Tools | Preferences | Multimedia | Enable JavaScript.

With scripting enabled, press F5 on your keyboard or click the Refresh button to reload this page.

Note: there may be some variance from these instructions depending on which version of Opera you use and whether you are on a Mac, Windows or *nix machine.

 

 

 

Turn on Scripting in Mozilla & NetscapeMozilla & Netscape:

On the Edit Menu, pick Preferences.

Expand the Advanced category by clicking the arrow next to it.

Pick the Scripts & Plug-ins sub-category.

Check the box to Enable JavaScript for Navigator.

Click Ok.

With scripting enabled, press F5 on your keyboard or click the Refresh button to reload this page.

Note: there may be some variance from these instructions depending on which version of Mozilla or Netscape you use and whether you are on a Mac, Windows or *nix machine.

 

 

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