Message: You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the full functionality of this website.


Reference Number: KB-02851
Last Modified: July 16, 2015

The information in this article applies to:

Chief Architect Premier or Chief Architect Interiors

Home Designer Professional or Home Designer Architectural or Home Designer Suite or Home Designer Interiors or Home Designer Essentials


QUESTION

When I visit the Chief Architect Knowledge Base, I see the following message on my screen:

"JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the full functionality of this website."

What does this mean?



ANSWER

Many web pages use JavaScript to accomplish certain tasks and provide additional functionality in your browser. If you are seeing this message then something has prevented that JavaScript from running and may cause problems when viewing the Knowledge Base articles on this site.



Third Party Add-Ons or Extensions

Many third party extensions can be added to your browser to enhance their capabilities, or protect you from specific types of possible threats. Among these are extensions that keep JavaScript from executing on web pages.

If you have any such extensions or add-ons installed to your browser then you might try disabling them temporarily.



To Enable JavaScript in Mozilla Firefox

If you are using the Mozilla Firefox version 23 or newer, the option to disable JavaScript in the preferences menu has been removed. If you are using Firefox 23 or newer you may want to check for a third party add-on/extension or try loading the Knowledge Base in another browser to see if the same problem persists.


To Enable JavaScript in Internet Explorer

If you are using the new metro version of Internet Explorer on Windows 8 or 8.1 then you can access the Tools menu by opening the address bar and choosing View in the desktop under the settings option:
  1. Open the Tools menu in the upper-right corner of the browser window and choose Internet Options.




  2. Under the Security tab select Internet and click Default Level.




  3. Click OK and refresh the page.

To Enable JavaScript in Google Chrome

  1. Open the Chrome menu and choose Settings.




  2. Near the bottom of the Settings page click Show advanced settings




  3. Under Privacy, click Content settings




  4. Under JavaScript, select Allow all sites to run JavaScript(recommended)




To Enable JavaScript in Opera

  1. Open the Opera menu and choose Settings.

    For Mac choose Preferences





  2. Under Websites and JavaScript select Allow all sites to run JavaScript(recommended).




To Enable JavaScript in Safari

  1. Open the Safari menu and click Preferences



  2. Under Security, check Enable JavaScript.




MORE INFORMATION

For more information on troubleshooting issues with JavaScript or other settings/preferences in your browser, visit your browser's help pages on the web.