How to Enable JavaScript and Cookies on Firefox and Chrome

How to Enable JavaScript and Cookies on Firefox and Chrome

Cookies store information that allows a more pleasurable and interactive experience while navigating the internet. It store information about its users’ activity exclusively on a site and uses that information for future visits on that particular website. In exchange, JavaScript is a programming language used by programmers to create web-pages and make them more interactive. Having the two of them enabled on your web will enhance your web browsing.

Here are a few steps how to do it on the most important web browsers.

How to enable JavaScript and Cookies on Mozilla Firefox

1 Open Firefox using the start button of tools if you are using Windows XP

2 Acces Options and click on Privacy

3 Click OK on the part of settings that block and allow Cookies

4 Then go on Content using Firefox Option Box (select Advance and then select Content)

5 Check the button next to Enable JavaScript and then click OK

6 Go back on your Firefox and then Reload the Page, This way your setting will activate.

7 Close Firefox

How to enable JavaScript and Cookies on Google Chrome

1 Pres the Customize and Control icon in your browser and then select Settings

2 In the Setting tab then press Content Settings in the Privacy section. If you can’t see the Privacy section click on Show advanced settings

3 In the Cookies section is sure that Allow local data to be set is active. If you don’t wish third-party cookies select Block all third-party cookies without exception

4 Click Manage Exceptions and after add a new exception pattern and then enter the site for which you want the exception and specify if you want to allow cookies from that site. Do the same thing for all the sites you want an exception

5 Go back to the main page, refresh the page and then close Google Chrome.

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