Finally, restart the Firefox browser for the changes to take effect.
1. Open the Safari browser and click on the Preferences icon located in the top menu bar.
3. Close the Preferences window and refresh any open pages to apply the changes.
Assuming you have Opera Browser up and running on your computer, open the menu at the top of the screen and select “Settings.”
If you don’t see a menu at the top of the screen, press the “Alt” key to make it appear. In the settings window that appears, select “Websites” from the left-hand sidebar.
Next, select the “Security” tab and make sure that the “Internet” zone is selected. If it isn’t, select it now.
Click the “Custom Level…” button and scroll down until you find the “Scripting” section. Under the “Active scripting” heading, select “Enable.”
Click the “OK” button to save your changes and close the dialog box. Finally, refresh any open web pages to apply the changes.
- Launch the Edit Group Policy program. You can type “Edit Group Policy” in the Cortana/Search box on the Taskbar.
- In the User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Microsoft Edge folder, double-click Allow Microsoft Edge to access Internet sites.
- Select Disabled or Not Configured, and then click OK.
- Use the document.write() function to write text to your web page.
- Use event handlers to respond to user input.
- Use the alert() function to display messages to the user.
- Use the prompt() function to get an input from the user.
- Use the confirm() function to ask the user for confirmation.
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