- In your window of IE9, click on theSettings menuthat appears to be a widget in the upper right hand corner. It looks like a gear. Once the Settings menu appears, select Internet options at the bottom.
- The Internet options menu will appear. Within this menu, click on the tab title for Security. The Security tab will open.
- Inside the box near the bottom of the Security settings, there is a Custom level button. Click on that button to open the more detailed security features.
- Inside the box for Custom security settings, scroll down until you find an area that lists Scripting. This area will be near the end of the list as the list is arranged in alphabetical order according to the area of the options.
You may be prompted to confirm your changes and select Yes in that box if it appears.
- Once you’ve opened the Firefox menu, select Options and then Optionsagain.(If you have the Menu Bar enabled you won’t see a big orange Firefox button. Instead, click on Tools then Options.)
- Once you’ve checked or unchecked appropriately, click onOKto close the Options menu.
- In the top right corner of your Chrome window, look for a symbol that looks like a three horizontal lines. Click on this button and the list of menu choices will appear. Click on Settingsnear the bottom of the list.
- Once you’ve opened the Settings menu, scroll to the bottom and opt to “Show Advanced Settings.” Look for a cetegory called Privacy. Under that, there is a button for Content Settings. Click on the Content Settings box and a new window will appear.
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