How to Enable JavaScript on Chrome

One of the most popular web browsers is Google Chrome. According to StatCounter, as of March 2018, Chrome has a 63.59% market share. That’s nearly two-thirds of the market!

With such a large user base, it’s important that website owners know how to enable JavaScript on Chrome. By doing so, they can make sure that their site is accessible to the widest audience possible.

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Open the Chrome browser and type “about:config” into the URL bar.

A warning page will appear. Click the “I accept the risk!” button to continue.

You should now see a list of browser settings. Locate the “javascript.enabled” preference and toggle the value from “false” to “true”.

Restart your browser for the changes to take effect.

Scroll down to the “JavaScript” section and select “Enabled.”

Open Google Chrome. In the address bar at the top, type chrome://flags/, and press Enter.
Under “JavaScript”, select “Enabled.” Relaunch now.

Close the tab and restart the browser.

If you’re using Chrome and you’re having trouble with a website that requires JavaScript, follow the steps below to enable JavaScript.

Close the tab and restart the browser:
1.Tap the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen.
2.Tap Exit, then tap Exit again to confirm.
3.Restart your browser and try loading the website again.

If you’re still having trouble, try these steps:
1.Open Chrome and type chrome://flags in the address bar.
2.Tap Enter. This will open a list of Chrome’s experimental features.
3.Find the flag for “Enable JavaScript” and tap the Enable button.
4.Restart your browser and try loading the website again.”

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