How to Enable Javascript


To be able to navigate around the Practical Law website, you must have JavaScript enabled. You can turn on JavaScript in the settings of your browser. Here's how for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox:

If you are using Internet Explorer

  • 1. In your browser, click Tools and Internet Options.
  • 2. In Internet Options, select the Security tab.
  • 3. In the Security tab, click Custom level...
  • 4. When the dialog window opens, scroll down to the Scripting section. Under Active Scripting, select Enable.
  • 5. A warning window will pop up asking if you are sure you want to change the settings. Select Yes.
  • 6. In the Internet Options window, click OK.
  • 7. Click Refresh in your browser to refresh the page.

If you are using Google Chrome

  • 1. In your browser, click the Customize and Control Google Chrome icon in the right-hand corner and select Settings.
  • 2. In Settings, click Show advanced settings...
  • 3. Under Privacy, click Content settings...
  • 4. When the dialog window opens, look for the JavaScript section and select Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended).
  • 5. Click OK to close.
  • 6. Close the Settings tab and then refresh the page

If you are using Firefox

  • 1. In your browser click Options, found in Tools or in the Firefox menu.
  • 2. In Options, select the Content tab.
  • 3. Select the Enable JavaScript checkbox.
  • 4. Click OK in the window to close it.
  • 5. Refresh the page.

More information

For more guidance on enabling JavaScript visit www.enable-javascript.com

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