Your browser settings prevent full use of this website

Your browser is set up to ignore "Javascript", a technology which is used by about 70% of all web sites, including this one.

You can change this from your browser menus. Detailed instructions for the more common browsers are given below. If your browser is not mentioned, you will need to explore its menus yourself (but rest assured that you can do it - all brands of browser can interpret Javascript). (Some browsers refer to Javascript as "JScript" and others refer to it as "ECMAScript".)

Enabling Javascript will not impair the security of your system. See the bottom of this page for security information.

Instructions for Google Chrome:

  1. Click on the three-horizontal-bars icon near the top right of the browser window
  2. Click on "Settings"
  3. Click on "Show advanced settings..."
  4. Click on "Content Settings"
  5. Under "Javascript", set the button beside "Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended)"
As an alternative to the last step, you can click on "Manage exceptions", and explicitly allow JavaScript from * if you wish.

Instructions for Firefox (version 23 or later):

  1. n the address bar, type "about:config" (with no quotes), and press Enter
  2. Click "I'll be careful, I promise"
  3. In the search bar, search for "javascript.disabled" (with no quotes).
  4. Right click the result named "javascript.disabled" and click "Toggle". JavaScript is now enabled.

Instructions for Firefox (older versions):

  1. Click Edit, then click Preferences
  2. Click on Content
  3. Check "Enable JavaScript"
  4. Click the "Close" button

Instructions for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later:

You should not be using any version of Microsoft Internet Explorer earlier than version 8; see below.
  1. Click Tools, then click Internet Options
  2. Click the Security tab
  3. Click the Custom Level button
  4. Scroll to the Scripting section
  5. Check Enable under Active Scripting
  6.   (Note: Active Scripting not ActiveX)
  7. Click the OK button

Important Security Information

Javascript is not the same as Java. This web site does not require Java. If you have disabled Java for security or privacy reasons, leave it disabled.
If you are concerned about the security and privacy of your computer, you should not use Microsoft Internet Explorer earlier than version 10 to browse websites. This browser is widely acknowledged to have serious security weaknesses. You can download Google Chrome here, or Firefox here. Both are free, and both are much better browsers than the current version of Microsoft Internet Explorer.