How do I enable JavaScript on my computer?

Some pages of the survey may not appear correctly or will not function properly if the browser does not have JavaScript enabled, or does not support JavaScript capability.

Most browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome have these features configured as default settings, so a recommended shortcut we make would be to just switch browsers. Otherwise, to enable your browser for JavaScripting, please check out the instructions below.

First, you'll need to determine what browser version you're using. Click on the browser's Help menu from the tool bar and choose the last item labeled "About [browser name]...".

Apple users should go to the application name menu or the Apple menu and click the first item labeled "About [browser name]...".

 

Internet Explorer 7.0+

1. Click the Tools icon in the browser toolbar
2. Choose Internet Options
3. Click the Security tab
4. Click Custom level in the Security Level zone
5. Scroll down until you see the header for Scripting. Ensure that the bullet for Enable under Active Scripting is checked
6. Click Apply, and then OK

For more information on Internet Explorer, please see Microsoft's Help Center on enabling JavaScript.

 

Safari 2 or 3

1. Click the Safari menu from the top toolbar
2. Choose Preferences
3. Click the Security tab
4. Click the Enable JavaScript checkbox

For more information on Safari, please see Apple's Help Center.

 

Google Chrome

1. Click the Wrench icon in the browser toolbar
2. Choose Settings
3. Click Show Advanced Settings
4. Click Content settings in the Privacy section
5. Ensure that the bullet for Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) is checked

For more information on Google Chrome, please see Google's Help Center.

 

Firefox 3.6+

1. Click the Tools menu from the top toolbar
2. Choose Options
3. Click the Content tab
4. Click the Enable JavaScript checkbox
5. Click OK

For more information on Mozilla, please see Firefox Help for more instructions on enabling JavaScript.