How to Enable JavaScript on Safari

Safari is a web browser that is known for its speed and security. However, in order to take full advantage of what Safari has to offer, you need to enable JavaScript. This article will show you how to do that.

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Open the Safari browser.

Open the Safari browser. Next, select “Preferences” from the Safari drop-down menu. In the popup window that appears, select the “Security” tab. There will be a section labeled “Web content”. Check the box next to “Enable JavaScript”. Close the popup window to save your changes.

Select “Preferences” from the Safari menu, located in the upper-left corner of your screen.

When the Preferences window opens, select the “Security” tab. You will see a section labeled “Web Content.” In order to enable JavaScript on Safari, check the box next to “Enable JavaScript.” Once you have checked the box, close the Preferences window.

Click the “Security” tab.

Click on the “Security” tab. Find the “Web Content” section. If the “Enable JavaScript” checkbox is checked, then JavaScript is enabled. If it isn’t, then click on the checkbox to enable it.

Check the box next to “Enable JavaScript.”

Check the box next to “Enable JavaScript.” Safari now has JavaScript enabled. You can confirm this by going to Safari’s Preferences and ensuring that the JavaScript checkbox is checked.

Close the Preferences window.

Open Safari and click the Safari menu.
From the drop-down menu, select Preferences.
In the Preferences window, click the Security icon.
Under “Web content,” check the Enable JavaScript checkbox.
Close the Preferences window to save your changes.

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