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Enabling Javascript
Enabling Cookies
Information on iframe
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Answers:

Enabling Javascript:

How to Enable Javascript (PC) [1]

  1. Internet Explorer 5.x
    Select 'Internet Options...' from the 'Tools' menu. Click the 'Security' tab and then click the 'Custom Level' button. Find the 'Scripting' category and click 'Enable' under 'Active Scripting'.
  2. Netscape 4.77 through 4.79
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Click the 'Advanced' option. Click 'Enable JavaScript'.
  3. Netscape 6.x, 7.x
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Click "Advanced" and then click on the "Enable JavaScript for Navigator" check box.
  4. AOL
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Settings' menu. Under 'Organization', click on 'Internet Properties (WWW)'. Click the 'Security' tab. Click the 'Custom Level' button. Find 'Active Scripting' under 'Scripting' and click 'Enable'.

How to Enable Javascript (Mac) [1]

  1. Internet Explorer 5.x
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Under 'Web Browser', select 'Web Content'. In the 'Active Content' section, check the 'Enable scripting' checkbox.
  2. Netscape 4.77 through 4.79
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Click the 'Advanced' option. Click 'Enable JavaScript'.
  3. Netscape 6.x, 7.x
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Double-click the 'Advanced' option in left panel. Find the 'Enable Javascript for' section on the right panel. Check the checkbox for 'Navigator'
  4. AOL 5+
    In the AOL Toolbar, under 'My AOL', select 'Preferences'. Click the 'WWW' button in the left-hand panel. In the 'Web Preferences' section, click the 'Advanced Settings' button. Under 'Web Browser', select 'Web Content'. In the 'Active Content' section, check the 'Enable scripting' checkbox.
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Enabling Cookies:

How to Enable Cookies (PC) [1]

  1. Internet Explorer 6.x
    Select 'Internet Options...' from the 'Tools' menu. Select the 'Privacy' tab. Click the 'Advanced...' button. Make sure the 'Override automatic cookie handling' check box is checked. Select the 'Accept' option button under 'First Party Cookies'. Select the 'Accept' option button under 'Third Party Cookies'.
  2. Internet Explorer 5.x
    Select 'Internet Options...' from the 'Tools' menu. Select the 'Security' tab. Click the 'Custom Level...' button. Scroll down to 'Cookies'. Select the 'Enable' option button under 'Allow cookies that are stored on your computer'. Select the 'Enable' option button under 'Allow pre-session cookies (not stored)'. Click the 'OK' button. Click the 'Yes' button when asked 'Are you sure you want to change the security settings for this zone?'.
  3. Netscape 6.x, 7.x
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Click 'Privacy & Security' in the left window pane under 'Category'. Click 'Cookies' in the expanded menu. Select the 'Enable all cookies' option button.
  4. Netscape 4.7x
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Select 'Advanced' from the 'Category:' list. Under 'Cookies', select the 'Accept all cookies' option button.

* Close all opened browser windows and then reopen before trying to login to the website after you have set your cookies.

How to Enable Cookies (Mac) [1]

  1. Internet Explorer 5.x (OS 9)
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Double-click on 'Receiving Files', then scroll down and click on 'Cookies'. Next to the words 'When receiving cookies' choose 'Never ask'.
  2. Internet Explorer 5.x (OS X)
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Explorer' menu. Double-click on 'Receiving Files', then scroll down and click on 'Cookies'. Next to the words 'When receiving cookies' choose 'Never ask'.
  3. Netscape 6.x, 7.x (OS 9)
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Click 'Privacy & Security' in the left window pane under 'Category'. Click 'Cookies' in the expanded menu. Select the 'Enable all cookies' option button.
  4. Netscape 7.x (OS X)
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Netscape' menu. Double-click on 'Privacy & security'. Select 'Cookies'. Make sure 'Enable all cookies' is checked.
  5. Netscape 4.7x
    Select 'Preferences...' from the 'Edit' menu. Select 'Advanced' from the 'Category:' list. Under 'Cookies', select the 'Accept all cookies' option button.
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Information on iframe [2]:

Iframes, or inline frames, allow you to load html files into an existing document. Internet Explorer 4+, Netscape 6+, Firefox, Mozilla, Opera and other modern browsers all support iframes.

New html documents can be loaded into the iframe without disrupting the rest of the document. CSS and JavaScript can be used to manipulate properties of the iframe, such as its position and size. JavaScript can also be used to communicate between the document containing the iframe and the document loaded inside it.The following demonstrates an iframe with some fairly typical attribute settings.

<iframe id="iframe_id" name="iframe_name" src="page_to_display_in_iframe.htm" scrolling="no" width="400" height="100" frameborder="0">
[Content for browsers that don't support iframes goes here]
</iframe>


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Reference:
  1. Taken from > noodletools.com
  2. Taken from > dyn-web.com
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