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Answer to turn javascript back on is too confusing. Is there an easier method and how do I get there?

I'm trying to see if Javascript has been shut off. How can I do that in very simple instruction?

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Https://www.whatismybrowser.com/is-javascript-enabled

If it says YES then you have javascript enabled if NO then not

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SOURCE: i dont know whether my javascript is turned on or off how to check and how to on javascript

Try this:

Internet Explorer - Tools - Advanced

Check the options available under this panel.

This may help you.

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You may go to the link below and download javascript

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xmlDoc.onreadystatechange=verify;
xmlDoc.load(xmlFile);
xmlObj=xmlDoc.documentElement;
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How do I turn javascript back on?


The method is dependent on the browser you are using. These instructions cover most browsers;

iATN How to Enable JavaScript in Your Browser

Nov 13, 2014 | FBM Software Computers & Internet

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Want my classic mail back


Yahoo! no longer provides a simple method to switch from its new Mail format back to the old "Classic Mail". But one can still access the Classic format by modifying your browser settings to disable javascript. (The new format requires javascript; and when that is not available, the option to switch back to Classic will become available.)

Here's how to disable javascript in different browsers:
* In Firefox - From the menu bar (at top), go to Tools > Options > Content, deselect the box for "Enable javascript", then click "OK"
* In Chrome - In the menu bar (at top), click on wrench icon to pull down menu, then go to Options > Under the hood > Content settings > Javascript. Select the option for "Do not allow".
* In Internet Explorer - From the menu bar (at top), go to Tools > Internet options > Advanced > Security > Custom. Scroll down to Scripting > Active scripting, select "Disable", then click "OK".

After you have disabled javascript, go to the Yahoo mail page (http://mail.yahoo.com/). You'll see an error message, advising that you need javascript for the new version, and also offering an option to access the old Classic version. That will take you back to the old format.

NOTE: Many websites utilize javascript, and disabling it in your browser will limit your ability to access those sites normally. After you have accessed the Classic version of Yahoo! Mail, be sure to re-enable javascript in your browser.

See also this help file:
http://www.technogadge.com/how-to-switch-back-to-yahoo-mail-classic/

Dec 31, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I have been upgraded to new yahoo email account, I want to switch back to classic. I do not see an option for the switch.


Yahoo indicates that Classic will remain but gives no method of going back. It has been discovered that turning off Javascript will allow you to return.

If you are using IE go to tools ??¬ internet options ??¬ security. Click on the "custom level" button, go to the scripting section and disable active scripting.
If you are using Firefox go to tools ??¬ options ??¬ content. Click on disable Javascript.

When you go to Yahoo mail it will indicate that you must use Classic and will give a link. Once done you can return to the previous Javascript settings.

NOTE: Yahoo has found a way to limit the link they give to only your ID. That is why a link can not be provided.

Aug 18, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to return to my old yahoo mail not beta I dont like it at all if i can not get it retured back i will change from yahoo


After switching to beta Yahoo wouldn't allow you to return to the classic version of yahoomail. However there is a way to get through this. Turn off the Javascript of your browser. ___________________________________

In case you dont know how to turn the javascript off:
Internet Explorer: tools > internet options > security. In security click "custom level" > disable Active Scripting in the scripting section.

Firefox: tools > options > content > click on "disable Javascript".

Google Chrome: Wrench button (on the upper right of the browser) > options > Under the Hood > Content Settings button > select "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" in the Javascript section.
___________________________________

After disabling your javascript try to reload the page of your yahoomail. Then You will be asked to enable javascript or switch back to an older version of yahoomail (located at the lower part). Of course click the option that says return to an older version of yahoomail which is the last option. After that you will be brought back to your yahoomail classic view.
After doing this, DO NOT FORGET TO TURN YOUR JAVASCRIPT ON since there are functions in yahoomail that required javascript.

Jul 12, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to return to my original yahoo mail not beta


After switching to beta Yahoo wouldn't allow you to return to the classic version of yahoomail. However there is a way to get through this. Turn off the Javascript of your browser. ___________________________________

In case you dont know how to turn the javascript off:
Internet Explorer: tools > internet options > security. In security click "custom level" > disable Active Scripting in the scripting section.

Firefox: tools > options > content > click on "disable Javascript".

Google Chrome: Wrench button (on the upper right of the browser) > options > Under the Hood > Content Settings button > select "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" in the Javascript section. ___________________________________

After disabling your javascript try to reload the page of your yahoomail. Then You will be asked to enable javascript or switch back to an older version of yahoomail (located at the lower part). Of course click the option that says return to an older version of yahoomail which is the last option. After that you will be brought back to your yahoomail classic view.
After doing this, DO NOT FORGET TO TURN YOUR JAVASCRIPT ON since there are functions in yahoomail that required javascript.

Jul 12, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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We would like to switch back to classic view


After switching to beta Yahoo wouldn't allow you to return to the classic version of yahoomail. However there is a way to get through this. Turn off the Javascript of your browser. ___________________________________

In case you dont know how to turn the javascript off:
Internet Explorer: tools > internet options > security. In security click "custom level" > disable Active Scripting in the scripting section.

Firefox: tools > options > content > click on "disable Javascript".

Google Chrome: Wrench button (on the upper right of the browser) > options > Under the Hood > Content Settings button > select "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" in the Javascript section. ___________________________________
After disabling your javascript try to reload the page of your yahoomail. Then You will be asked to enable javascript or switch back to an older version of yahoomail (located at the lower part). Of course click the option that says return to an older version of yahoomail which is the last option. After that you will be brought back to your yahoomail classic view.
After doing this, DO NOT FORGET TO TURN YOUR JAVASCRIPT ON since there are functions in yahoomail that required javascript.
:)

Jul 11, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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All web browsers in WIndows XP will usually have JavaScript enabled by default, but on occasion, it will be turned off. By turning JavaScript on in your web browser, you will have access to more interactive content when you visit certain websites. For Windows XP users, JavaScript can be enabled in both the Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. Open the Internet Explorer Click on "Tools" in the top menu bar and choose "Internet Options."
Go to the "Security" tab at the top of the window and click on the "Custom Level" button. croll down to the "Scripting" category and click on the "Enable" option next to "Active Scripting." JavaScript is now enabled.
  • Step 4 Scroll down to the "Scripting" category and click on the "Enable" option next to "Active Scripting." JavaScript is now enabled.

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    I dont know whether my javascript is turned on or off how to check and how to on javascript


    Try this:

    Internet Explorer - Tools - Advanced

    Check the options available under this panel.

    This may help you.

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