properly, so if it’s been disabled in your web browser you’ll need to
turn it back on again.
If your browser isn’t covered on this page, consult its documentation for instructions.
Instructions for Chrome
- Click the button with the wrench icon near the top-right corner of the browser window, and select Settings from the menu that appears.
- Click the “OK” button to save your preferences, then close Chrome’s settings tab.
Instructions for Firefox
- On a Macintosh, press ⌘+, on your keyboard to open the browser’s preferences. On Windows, press Alt+T to open the Tools menu and click Options.
- Look along the top of the window you opened in step 1, and you’ll see a series of icons that stand for the different kinds of settings you can configure. Click “Content.”
- On Windows, click the “OK” button to save your preferences. On a Macintosh, simply close the window you opened in step 1.
Instructions for Internet Explorer
- Press Alt+T on your keyboard to open the Tools menu, and click Internet options.
- In the Internet Options dialog, click the Security tab.
- Click the “Internet” (globe) icon then, toward the bottom of the dialog, find and click the “Default level” button.
- Click the “OK” button to save your preferences.
Instructions for Safari
- On your keyboard, press ⌘+, (Macintosh) or Ctrl+, (Windows) to open the browser’s preferences.
- Look along the top of the window you opened in step 1, and you’ll see a series of icons that stand for the different kinds of settings you can configure. Click “Security.”