SimplicityPro™ & Javascript...

Javascript is a programming language built into most web browsers. Without it, all SimplicityPro™ can do is show you unformatted pages and let you fill out forms. Javascript lets us use rich features like drop-down menus and alert boxes, which mean you're not always waiting for pages to load from our server every time you click a button or fill in a form.

A few years ago, there were security concerns about allowing websites to use Javascript; these concerns have been addressed in modern web browsers. The layout of this site and many SimplicityPro™ services use Javascript extensively, so we STRONGLY recommend that you enable Javascript in your browser before proceeding.

Javascript test

If Javascript isn't working on your computer, you might find areas of SimplicityPro™ that don't work correctly (or at all). If your computer fails either of the tests below, you will need to adjust your settings to make sure Javascript is enabled and working properly - see the section following the test results for detailed instructions.

The basic Javascript test checks whether or not we can work with forms.
The advanced Javascript test checks whether or not we can work with non-form elements (called objects) of this web page. This type of Javascript is what SimplicityPro™ uses to provide a rich, interactive experience for our visitors and customers.

How to enable Javascript in Internet Explorer 6 (Windows)

  1. Click on "Tools" on the main menu

  2. Click on "Internet Options"

  3. Click the "Security" tab

  4. The security level for the Internet zone should be set to "Medium". If not, click the "Default Level" button to restore the default settings.

  5. Click "OK" to accept the new settings.

You may see a few warning messages after doing this. These are nothing to worry about - you can safely switch them off.

How to enable Javascript in Internet Explorer 5 (Mac)

  1. Click on "Explorer" on the main menu

  2. Click on "Preferences"

  3. Click the "Web Content" entry in the list of settings

  4. Make sure "Enable Scripting" and "Enable plug-ins" are both checked

  5. Click "OK" to accept the new settings.

How to enable Javascript in Safari (MacOS X)

  1. Click on "Safari" from the main menu

  2. Click on "Preferences"

  3. Click the "Security" icon to open the security settings page

  4. Make sure "Enable plug-ins" and "Enable Javascript" are checked

How to enable Javascript in Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on "Tools" on the main menu

  2. Click on "Options"

  3. Click the "Web Features" entry in the list of settings

  4. Make sure "Enable Javascript" is checked

  5. Click "OK" to accept the new settings.

How to enable Javascript in Netscape 7 (Windows)

  1. Click on "Edit" on the main menu

  2. Click on "Preferences"

  3. Expand the "Advanced" heading (double-click, or click the little arrow next to it), and click "Scripts & Plug-ins"

  4. Make sure "Navigator" is checked below the heading "Enable JavaScript for:"

  5. Make sure all the script options (Move or resize existing windows, etc.) are checked.

How to enable Javascript in other browsers

If you're using a browser not listed here, please check your browser's documentation. Keywords to look for are "enable Javascript" or "enable Scripting", and will usually be found among the Security settings for a specific browser.

Some very old browsers may not support Javascript at all. If you find this is the case, please upgrade to a more recent browser. You can find a list of recommended browsers for various platforms on our browser compatibility help page.

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