Scripting languages are intended to make web pages more functional and to add dynamic content that can adapt to various circumstances. This type of content is called "active content", or "active scripting".
If you use a modern browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, or Safari), if you use a major brand Internet security suite - Bitdefender, Kaspersky, Avira, Norton, Avast, NOD32, AVG, McAfee, or Trend Micro - which is up to date, and if you use common sense (before you click), then it's probably safe to dip your toe in the water and enjoy the advantages of dynamic content.
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How to enable scripting in Microsoft Internet Explorer:
Open "Internet Properties" (Control Panel > Internet Options, -or- go to the Internet Explorer toolbar and click Tools > Internet Options).
Click the Security tab, select the Internet zone, click Custom Level, scroll down to Scripting, then Enable Active Scripting - don't change anything else - then click OK.
If the browser asks if you really want to make that change, answer Yes, then close the panel. Last, click the Refresh (Reload) button in the browser toolbar.
If this procedure doesn't work, your system administrator may have locked the controls, or your browser may be antique. Modern browsers are far more secure than the antiques.