ENABLING JAVASCRIPT

It appears that JavaScript may be turned off on your browser.
To enable it please follow the instructions below for your browser type.


Netscape Navigator 2.x:  Please go to the Options menu and open 'Security Preferences'. Click on the 'General' tab and then click on the checkbox beside 'Disable JavaScript'. When the checkbox is not selected JavaScript will work.

Netscape Navigator 3.x:  Please go to the Options menu and open 'Network Preferences'. Click on the 'Languages' tab and then click on the checkbox beside 'Enable JavaScript'. When the checkbox is selected JavaScript will work.

Netscape Communicator 4.x:  Please go to the Edit menu and choose 'Preferences'. Click on 'Advanced' and check the box next to 'Enable JavaScript'. When the checkbox is selected JavaScript will work.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x:  Please select View->Options->Security and click the misleadingly-named checkbox 'Run ActiveX scripts'.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x:  Please select View->Internet Options->Internet Security, 'Internet Zone'. Click the radio button labeled 'Custom' and press the adjacent 'Settings...' button. Scroll down to the bottom of the option list, and enable the misleadingly-named option 'Active Scripting'.

(If you're not yet using a JavaScript-capable browser, give Netscape a try).

Now start enjoying JavaScript by closing this window and reloading the page that sent you here.



What Is JavaScript?

JavaScript is Netscape's cross-platform, object-oriented scripting language that lets you create interactive applications that run over the Internet. For more info, please visit Netscape's JavaScript Overview page.


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