Those are the most popular web browsers in 2019, right?
Just imagine that!
A client-side script is a programming language that performs its tasks entirely on the client’s machine and does not need to interact with the server to function.
For instance, if you have a Web page loaded on your computer and your Internet service provider goes down, you are still able to interact with the Web pages already loaded on your browser. You will not, however, be able to navigate to new Web pages or access any data located remotely.
- Loading new content or data onto the page without reloading the page
- Rollover effects and dropdown menus
- Animating page elements such as fading, resizing or relocating
- Playing audio and video
- Validating input from Web forms
- Repairing browser compatibility issues
Oh, that’s just enough. Let’s go straight to the business of the day.
- Open the Chrome browser on your PC
- Click on the 3 vertical dots at the top left of your browser, just below the windows close icon.
- Select Settings from the drop-down menu
- Scroll all the way down and select Advanced
- Under Privacy and security, select Site settings
- Open Chrome on your phone and click on the 3 vertical dots at the top right of your phone’s screen
- Select Settings
- Select Site settings
- Click on the toggle to turn it on or off.
You can change this using the Group Policy settings:
Type gpedit in the Windows search and select Edit group policy from the search results.
- Select Computer Configuration
- Click on Administrative Templates
- Select Windows Components
- Scroll down and double-click on Microsoft Edge
- Tick Disable, select apply and click OK
- Open Edge and click on the 3 dots at the bottom right of your screen
- Select Settings
- Select Site permissions
- Open Firefox
- Click on the address bar, this is the space where you normally see a website’s URL.
Type about:config into the address bar in Firefox. Make sure to not put any spaces before or after the colon.
A new page will appear that reads, “This might void your warranty!” Click or tap I accept the risk! to see a huge list of Firefox preferences.
- Type about:config in the address bar
- Type java in the search box and select javascrpt.enabled to toggle it on/off
For those who use Opera as their favorite browser and would love to know how to disable Javascr, here’s what to do.
- Open your Opera browser on PC
- Click on the options icon
- Scroll down and select Go to browser settings
- Click on Advanced by your left
- Click on Privacy and security
- Click on Content settings