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HELP MAJOR JAVASCRIPT PROBLEMS


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*help*..
ok whenever i try to get into certain sites it says where the pages load and where it says done down the bottom if i keep clicking it it says java script:; well it says that anyway then it flicks back to done when i move my cursor of the link etc. this has been an ongoing problem since getting this computer last year. i cant access certian pages i dont know why this is happening. even sites i used to be able to get into i cant anymore ive tried downloading the newest java and javascripts but the problem hasnt been fixed yet im on windows xp.

PLEASE HELP SORRY BUT IM FINDING IT DIFFICULT TO EXPLAIN} and im a teenager 2 lol

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hmmm, do you mean every time you click a javascript link?


If so go here - And click the "Live Preview". Tell me if it pops up.

Then go here and click "View Gallery" under:

"Administrator Griffin tours NASA Centers 06.07.05"


Tell me if either work.

Edited by ssone, 11 June 2005 - 07:20 AM.

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grrr no neither of them worked do you know how i can fix this problem its annoying i cant even access take40.com anymore or hotmail or any other sites requiring javascript
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actually, thats thre reply I was hoping for...It means all you have to do is enable javascript in your browser :tazz:


Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x


On the menu bar click on "Tools" then "Internet Options."

From Internet Options, select the "Security" tab.

Click Custom Level.

Scroll down to "Scripting," make sure "Active Scripting" is set to Enable.

Click "OK."

Click "Yes" or "OK" when asked, "Are sure you wish to change the security settings for this zone."

Click "OK" on the Internet Properties window.

Close all open Internet Explorer windows and then relaunch Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x


On the menu bar click on "Tools" then "Internet Options."

Click on the "Security" tab.

Click "Custom Level" button.

Scroll down to "Scripting," section.

Set "Active Scripting" to "Enable."

Click "OK" on the Internet Properties window.

Close all open Internet Explorer windows and then relaunch Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x


On the menu bar click on "View" then "Internet Options."

Click on the "Advanced" tab.

Scroll down to "Scripting," section.

Set "Active Scripting" to "Enable."

Click "OK."

Click "Yes" or "OK"

Click "OK" on the Internet Properties window.

Close all open Internet Explorer windows and then relaunch Internet Explorer.

Netscape Communicator 4.x


Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu.

Find the "Enable JavaScript" section in the "Advanced" category.

Select "Enable JavaScript ".

Click "OK."

Close all open Netscape windows and then relaunch Netscape.
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its already been set to enable?!!? also i cant open any media files or load and cd roms on my computer could it be because i have to firewalls going?
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This is hurting my brain im not really sure at what time this javascript problem started to happen but i have trend micro pc-cillin antivirus could this be the problem??
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Um check the firewall and antivirus settings and exceptions, for instance, my windows firewall is set so that internet explorer is an exception to the firewall.
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how do i do that?! it says on my wondows firewall that there could be conflict between the two programs which one do i turn off windows or my antivirus i dont wana hurt my computer
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are those def the programs interfering with eachother?
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it says in security centre that 2 or more firewalls are running at the same time can confilct with each other im not sure but if thats what the problem is
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try turning the one thats not the XP firewall off
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it says that when i do it it turns of the virus protecter to but it still wont let me access javscript pages
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Heres wat u can do, just for a brief moment turn both ur firewalls off, then try testing javascript. If it works then u kno its a firewall issue, and If you can't figure it out leave me a reply or pm for later.

I gotta run, so, good luck :tazz:

P.S. if its not firewall we have a whole dif issue in our hands.. ;)
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its still not working with the firewall off
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its still not working with the firewall off *cry* whats wrong wif my puta
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