How do I enable JavaScript?

JavaScript is enabled in most Internet browsers by default. If it happens to be inactive in your browser, WebMeUp will prompt you to activate it.

 

 

 

 

This is necessary to display some dynamic elements in the application and to adjust the contents to the size of your computer screen.

All you need to do is mark a checkbox for JavaScript in your browser settings. Its location varies slighly depending on the browser you are using. Please don't forget to restart WebMeUp when finished.

Windows OS

Browser Instructions for versions w/ menu bar Instructions for versions w/o menu bar
Firefox Open the "Tools" menu, choose "Options > Content".
Click the "Firefox" button in the upper-left corner of the browser. Go to "Options > Options > Content".
Opera Open the "Tools" menu, choose "Preferences > Advanced > Content".  Click the "Opera" button in the upper-left corner of the browser. Go to "Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Content".
Safari
Open the "Edit" menu, choose "Preferences > Security".
Version not available
Internet Explorer Open the "Tools" menu, choose "Internet options". On the "Security" tab click "Internet > Custom level > Scripting". Enable active scripting.
Press "Alt+T" on your keyboard. Choose "Internet options" from the menu. On the "Security" tab click "Internet > Custom level > Scripting". Enable active scripting.
Google Chrome
Version not available
Click on the "Tools" icon in the upper-right corner of the browser. Select "Settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Content settings > JavaScript".

Mac OS X

Browser Instructions
Firefox Open the "Firefox" menu, choose "Preferences > Content".
Safari Open the "Safari" menu, choose "Preferences > Security". 

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