How to Enable/Disable JavaScript On Any Browser | Google Chrome | Edge | Firefox

By | 11th October 2017
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After the firefox update, there is a different way to enable and disable javascript in Firefox. Learn how.
In Mozilla’s effort to protect users from themselves, they have taken away the option to enable and disable javascript from the options window in newer versions of the browser.
The truthnis, they didn’t really get rid of the option. They just made it slightly less user friendly to discourage users from enabling and disabling javascript. So its only users who know what they are doing can do this.
HOW TO ENABLE javascript in firefox
In the address bar of your browser, type about:config and press enter on your keyboard.
Click ‘I’ll be careful, I promise’
search for javascript.enabled
Right click on javascript.enebled and click toogle to set the valus to true or false.
True means javascript has been enabled while false means javascript has been disabled.

Enable or Disable JavaScript in Google Chrome 2017


Just follow few simple steps, and you can easily enable or disable JavaScript in Google Chrome browser.

  • Open Google Chrome browser, and you can see three dots at the upper-right corner. Click it.
  • When you click on three dots, it will display a list of options, select Settings. OR you can type chrome://settings/content in the address bar and Enter.
  • The settings of the Google Chrome browser will be displayed. Just scroll down to the end of the page and click on Show Advanced Settings.
  • Under the Privacy option, click on Content Settings.
  • You will see ‘JavaScript’ option in the third where you can select ‘Allow all sites to run JavaScript’ or ‘Do not allow any site to run JavaScript’ to enable or disable JavaScript respectively.

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