Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2015     Views: 46

If you are having trouble accessing library resources you may need to make sure that Javascript is enabled in your browser:

Internet Explorer: Click on the Settings Icon icon (to the right of the address bar) and go to "Internet Options". On the “Security” tab, click the "Custom Level" button. Scroll down to the "Scripting" area and set all the options under that area to "Enable". Click "Ok" and then "Ok" again.

Firefox: Click on the Settings Icon icon (to the right of the address bar) and go to "Options". Click on "Content" and select "Enable JavaScript". (Please note: if you do not see an "Enable JavaScript" option, please contact the IT Help Desk (1.855.877.9919) for further instructions).

Safari: Click on the Settings Icon icon (to the right of the address bar) and go to "Preferences". Click on "Security" and check the box next to "Enable JavaScript".

Chrome: Click on the Settings Icon icon (to the right of the address bar) and go to "Settings". Scroll down and click on the link that says "Show advanced settings...". Under the "Privacy" area, click on the "Content settings..." button. Under the "JavaScript" area select "Allow all sites to run JavaScript" and click "Done".

Please note that the above directions apply to newer versions of these browsers. Specific directions, locations and names of links may vary somewhat depending on the version of a browser you are running.

If you have any additional questions or need help making sure JavaScript is enabled in your browser, please contact the IT Help Desk (1.855.877.9919).

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