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Enabling java scrpt in browser

Have been one particular website using vista for almost two months! But all of a sudden, am unable to browse this particular site as a message saying that 'browser not java script enabled' (under IE version 7). Under Firefox, no problem is being faced!!

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  • raman_ns Jan 30, 2009

    Problem remans unresolved. Mind you; the website could be browsed easily until recently. The browser is enabled for java script; yet the message appears whenever this particular website is accessed!

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Follow these steps:

  1. Open your browser (I.E. 7.0)
  2. Click on Tools button (it is located in the upper right part of the screen)
  3. Select Internet Options.
  4. Click on Security tab.
  5. Click on Custom Level.
  6. Scroll down until you see section labeled Active Scripting.
  7. Select Enable.
  8. Click OK to save changes.
  9. Confirm Yes and click OK.
  10. Close and restart the browser.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

  • Sibananda Jena
    Sibananda Jena Jan 30, 2009

    1. Click Tools.

    2. Click Options.


    3. Click Security.



    4. Click Internet.

    5. Click Custom level…


    6. Scroll down to Scripting and select the radio button to Enable or Disable it. You may also opt for IE7 to Prompt you to allow scripts to run.


    7. Click OK, then OK again.

    JavaScript should now be enabled or disabled in Internet Explorer 7.


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