Enable JavaScript - Google Chrome

To enabled JavaScript in your browser. Please follow the instructions below:

  1. Clickthe Chrome menu icon on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. On the"Settings" page, click the Show advanced settings... link.
  4. In the"Privacy" section, click Content settings...
  5. Select Allowall sites to run JavaScript (recommended) in the"JavaScript" section.
  6. Click Done.

To allow all Web sites in the Internet zone to run scripts, follow these steps:

Windows Internet Explorer

Windows Internet Explorer
(all versions except Pocket Internet Explorer)

  1. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Security tab.
  2. Clickthe Internet zone.
  3. If youdo not have to customize your Internet security settings, click DefaultLevel. Then do step 4

If you have to customize your Internet security settings, follow these steps:
a. Click Custom Level.
b. In the Security Settings – Internet Zone dialog box, click Enable for Active Scripting in the Scripting section.

  1. Clickthe Back button to return to the previous page, and then click the Refresh button to run scripts.

Opera Software’s Opera version 9

  1. On the Tools menu, click Preferences.
  2. On the Advanced tab, click Content.
  3. Clickto select the Enable JavaScript check box, and then click OK.
  4. Clickthe Back button to return to the previous page, and then click the Reload button to run scripts.

Netscape browsers

  1. Select Edit, Preferences,Advanced
  2. Clickto select Enable JavaScript option.

Enable JavaScript - Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer 6/7 (download Internet Explorer), you can check to seeif JavaScript is enabled by navigating to the custom security settings that are somewhat buried (don't worry; we'll help you find it).

1. Click on the Tools menu

2. Choose InternetOptions... from the menu

3. Click the Security tab on the Internet Options pop up

4. Click the CustomLevel... button to access your security settings

5. Scroll almost all theway down to the Scripting section

6. Select the Enablebutton for Active scripting

7. Click OK tofinish the process

8. Click Yes whenasked to confirm

How to Set Compatibility View Settings in Internet Explorer 8


Step 1: Launch Internet Explorer
Step 2: Select Tools
Step 3: Select “Compatibility View Settings”
Step 4: Type indstate.edu in the “Add this website.” Text box
Step 5: Click Add
Step 6: Type blackboard.com in the "Add this website:" text box
Step 7: Click Add
Step 8: Click Close
Step 9: Restart Internet Explorer

Enable Compatibility View for all Web sites by using Internet Explorer

Most Web sites that you frequently visit are not displayed correctly or are not working correctly. You have tried Method 1 on some of these Web sites, and that method worked. However, you may want to enable Compatibility View for all Web sites. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Start Internet Explorer 8.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Compatibility View Settings.

    If Compatibility View Settings is not available, the network administrator may have used a Group Policy setting to configure the options for you. Contact your administrator or the help desk.
  3. Click to select the Display all websites in Compatibility View check box, and then click Close.

 

Enable JavaScript - Firefox

In Firefox 2(download Firefox) you can check to see ifJavaScript is enabled by navigating to the Content settings under Options.

1. Click on the Tools menu

2. Choose Options... from the menu

3. Click the Content tab in the Options pop up

4. Make sure that EnableJavaScript is checked

5. Click OK tofinish the process

Enable JavaScript - Opera

In Opera(download Opera) you can check to see if JavaScript is enabled by navigating to the Content settings under Preferences.

1. Click on the Tools menu

2. Choose Preferences... from the menu

3. Click the Advanced tab in the Preferences pop up

4. Select Content from the list of items on the left

5. Make sure that EnableJavaScript is checked

6. Click OK tofinish the process

JavaScript Detection

These days,it's basically impossible to navigate the web without a JavaScript-enabledbrowser, so checking whether or not a user has JavaScript enabled is not allthat important. Chances are, the only way it bedisabled is if the company's IT staff has decided to disable JavaScript for some reason. However, if you still want to be sure your users are JavaScript enabled, this script will get it done.

The only sure fire way to separate users who don't have JavaScript fromthose who do is to use a simple redirect script that will only workfor those with JavaScript enabled. If a person's browser does not haveJavaScript enabled, the script will not run, and they will remain on the samepage