JavaScript Instructions

What is JavaScript?

JavaScript is a small programming language that works inside your web browser.

It can be used to make areas of a web page glow, blink or change appearance.

We use JavaScript to check data entries that you make. For example, we use it to make sure that any dates you enter are in the correct date format.

We also use JavaScript to make sure you enter a password that is between 6 and 10 characters long and that any email address you enter is properly formatted.

It is normally safe to turn JavaScript on.

Other than writing and reading cookies, JavaScript can not "write to" or "read from" your hard disk. Thus it can not access your files.

The main risks with having JavaScript turned on is that malicious web sites can use it to grab your web browser and take you to a completely different web site.

Some sites will pass you from site to site to get credit for bringing in new traffic.

We don't do that here at

So if Javascript is turned off, we can not check the data you enter and this will cause errors and give you a bad experience.


Instructions for turning on (enabling) JavaScript....


Microsoft Internet Explorer:

1) Click on "Tools"

2) Click on "Internet Options"

3) Click on "Security"

4) Click on "Custom Level"

5) Scroll down to "Scripting"

6) Under "Active Scripting" click on "Enable"

7) Click on "OK"

8) Reload the page



1) Click on the "Tools" menu

2) Choose "Options"

3) Choose "Content"

4) Put a check in the box for "Enable JavaScript"

5) Press "OK"

6) Reload the page



1) Click on "Edit"

2) Click on "Preferences"

3) Click on "Security"

4) Click on "Enable JavaScript"

5) Reload the page



1) Click on the tool symbol

2) Click on "Options"

3) Click on the "Under The Hood" tab

4) Click on "Content Settings"

5) Click on "JavaScript" tab

6) Check the box to "Allow all sites to run JavaScript"