Friday, June 04, 2004

How do I disable the javascript components of my internet browser?

Friday, June 04, 2004

Again this depends on which browser (and which release version) you are using. In Internet Explorer 4.0 and above you can make the necessary changes from within the 'tools' section of your browser's menu bar. Scroll down to the 'internet options' menu and click on it. Now select the 'security' tab followed by the 'custom level' button. Finally scroll down the list until you come to the 'active scripting' option and select the disable button.

Firefox users can perform the same operation by visiting the 'web features' tab of the 'preferences' menu and unticking the 'enable javascript' checkbox. Firefox, being a wily creature, also allows you to selectively disable individual javascript functions so as to stymy web exploits and annoying gimmickry, without putting you at a disadvantage where accessibility is concerned.


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