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ENABLING JAVASCRIPT IN YOUR BROWSER

Internet Explorer

  1. If you have a menu bar, click the Tools Menu, then click Internet Options. If you don't have a menu bar, click the top right settings icon or press ALT+X instead and then click Internet Options.
  2. Choose the Security Tab on Internet Options.
  3. Click the Custom Level button.
  4. Find the Active Scripting setting under Scripting. You will likely need to scroll through several of the options.
  5. Make sure Active Scripting is enabled.
  6. If you are asked about changing the security settings for the zone, click Yes/Ok.
  7. Click OK to close the Internet Properties dialog.
  8. Close all Internet Explorer instances and restart your browser.

See http://support.microsoft.com/find-solutions/more?Family=Internet for more information.
You may need an administrator to make these changes for you.

Google Chrome

  1. Either click the top right menu, or press ALT+F or ALT+E to bring up the browser menu, then click Settings (may also be Preferences in older versions).
  2. Click the "Show advanced settings..." link at the bottom of the screen if it is available. If it is not present, you may be running an older versions of Chrome, in which case choose the "Under the Hood" panel.
  3. Under Privacy, click the Content Settings button. A new window will appear.
  4. Under JavaScript, make sure that either "Allow all sites to run JavaScript" is selected, or that an exception exists for this site otherwise.
  5. Click Done, then close the Settings tab.
  6. Close all Chrome instances and restart your browser.

See https://support.google.com/chrome/ for more information.
You may need an administrator to make these changes for you.

Apple Safari (OS X)

  1. On the menu click Edit, then Preferences.
  2. From Preferences, choose the Security settings.
  3. Make sure that Enable JavaScript is checked.
  4. Close the Preferences dialog.
  5. Quit Safari and then relaunch it.

See http://www.apple.com/support/mac-apps/safari/ for more information.
You may need an administrator to make these changes for you.

Mozilla Firefox

JavaScript in recent versions of the Firefox browser cannot be disabled without extensions (such as NoScript). If you have such an extension installed, it needs to be configured to allow Kansas Department of Labor webpages to use JavaScript.

See http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/home for more information.
You may need an administrator to make these changes for you.