Click the gear icon.
In Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8, “Internet Options” is the bottom menu item:
In Internet Explorer 9 and higher, “Internet Options” is the second-last option.
Select “Internet Options”.
Select the “Security” tab.
The window which has just appeared will have a tab labled “Security” please click it.
Click the “Custom Level…” button.
Scroll down and change the Active Scripting setting.
Close “Internet Options”.
You are now returned to the original “Internet Options” window. Press the “OK” button to close it and return to your normal web browsing.
- the HTTP request fails
- the request did not complete
- a firewall blocked the response
- the service provider blocked or modified the script
- a browser plugin intercepted or modified the script
- the browser didn’t support the code or facilities you require
- another script raises an error which stops all scripts executing
These issues are especially prevalent in the mobile world where a user could be travelling, using a less powerful device, connecting via a slow network, using flaky airport wifi, etc.