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MAIS Home System Access Turning on Javascript

Turning On Javascript

Document Name Turning On Javascript
Author Aaron Stark
Date Written 8/2/07
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Publication Date 8/2/07

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Description

This document describes how to turn on Javascript in your web browser. You will need Javascript turned on in order to use the Online Access Request System.

Web Browser Support for Online Access Request System

The Online Access Request System supports the browsers detailed on the MAIS website's MAIS Web Browser and Desktop Operating System Support page.

Turning on Javascript in Internet Explorer 7

To turn on Javascript in Internet Explorer 7, follow the instructions below.

  1. In the Internet Explorer menu, select Tools > Internet Options . The Internet Options dialog opens.

    Opening the Internet Options Dialog in IE7

    Figure 1. Opening the Internet Options Dialog in IE7

  2. Select the Security tab in the Internet Options dialog.

  3. In the Security tab of the Internet Options dialog, click the Custom level... button. The Security Settings dialog opens.

  4. In the Security Settings dialog, scroll to the Scripting section.

  5. In the Scripting section of the Security Settings dialog, under Active Scripting, select Enable.

    Enabling Active Scripting in IE7

    Figure 2. Enabling Active Scripting in IE7

  6. Click OK in the Security Settings dialog. The Security Settings dialog closes.

  7. Click OK in the Internet Options dialog. The Internet Options dialog closes.

  8. Exit Internet Explorer 7 and then restart it. Javascript is now enabled.

Turning on Javascript in IE6

To turn on Javascript in Internet Explorer 6, follow the instructions below.

  1. In the Internet Explorer menu, select Tools > Internet Options . The Internet Options dialog opens.

    Opening the Internet Options Dialog in IE6

    Figure 3. Opening the Internet Options Dialog in IE6

  2. Select the Security tab in the Internet Options dialog.

  3. In the Security tab of the Internet Options dialog, click the Custom level... button. The Security Settings dialog opens.

  4. In the Security Settings dialog, scroll to the Scripting section.

  5. In the Scripting section of the Security Settings dialog, under Active Scripting, select Enable.

    Enabling Active Scripting in IE7

    Figure 4. Enabling Active Scripting in IE7

  6. Click OK in the Security Settings dialog. The Security Settings dialog closes.

  7. Click OK in the Internet Options dialog. The Internet Options dialog closes.

  8. Exit Internet Explorer 6 and then restart it. Javascript is now enabled.

Turning on Javascript in Safari 2.0

To turn on Javascript in Safari 2.0 on Mac OS X, follow the instructions below.

  1. In the Safari menu, select Preferences. The Security dialog opens.

  2. In the Security dialog, check the Enable Javascript checkbox.

    Enabling Javascript in Safari 2.0

    Figure 5. Enabling Javascript in Safari 2.0

  3. Close the Security dialog.

  4. Exit Safari and then restart it. Javascript is now enabled.