JavaScript was detected as "Disabled" in your Internet Browser

In order to view the online version of the VLD training, JavaScript (or Active Scripting) must be enabled on your browser. 

If your computer environment restricts the use of JavaScript, or you have software that blocks pages from running JavaScript code, you may want to try the CDROM version of the training available on the Training Access Page as it does not utilize JavaScript. 

To enable JavaScript so that you can view the online training, follow the appropriate steps for your browser: (In your browser, the version is usually displayed in the "help" menu, under "about").

Internet Explorer 5 (or higher)
Internet Explorer 4
Netscape 4
Netscape 6
Netscape 7
Mozilla FireFox 1.0


 
Internet Explorer 5 (and higher) -  Enabling scripting
:

1.
 From the Tools menu, select Internet Options.

2. Click on the Security tab.

3. In the Web Content Zone at the top,  select the Internet zone.

4.
  Follow the green or blue steps below depending on whether your security setting is set to "custom setting" or "high" in the reset drop down.

If you are using a custom setting:
-Click on the "Custom Level" button.
-Scroll down to the scripting settings and take note of your current Scripting Settings.
-Then enable all three scripting options.


If your security level is set to high:
-Press the "Custom Level" button.
-Reset the custom settings to Medium by selecting Medium from the drop down menu and pressing the Reset button.


5.
Click on OK, Apply, and then OK again.

6. Close all browser windows, and then re-open your browser and access the training.  
 

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Internet Explorer 4 - Enabling scripting
:


1. From the View menu, select Internet Options.

2. Click on the Security tab.

3. Make sure the zone is set to Internet Zone.

4.  Follow the green or blue steps below depending on whether your security setting is set to "custom setting" or "high" in the reset drop down.

If you are using a custom setting:
-Click on the Settings button.
-Scroll down to the scripting settings and take note of your current Scripting Settings.
-Then enable both scripting options.


If your security level is set to high:
-Press the Settings button.
-Reset the custom settings to Medium by selecting Medium security from the drop down menu and pressing the Reset button.


5. Click on OK, Apply, and then OK again.

6. Close all browser windows, and then re-open the browser and access the training.
 

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Netscape 4 - Enabling JavaScript:

1.
 From the Edit menu, select Preferences.

2. From the category menu on the left, select Advanced.

3. Enable both Java and JavaScript by selecting their checkboxes.

4. Press OK.

5. Close all browser windows, and then re-open the browser and access the training.
 

 
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Netscape 6 - Enabling JavaScript:

1. From the Edit menu, select Preferences.

2. From the category menu on the left, select Advanced.

3. Enable Java and JavaScript for Navigator.

4. Press OK.

5. Close all browser windows, and then re-open the browser and access the training. 
 

 
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Netscape 7 - Enabling JavaScript:

1. From the Edit menu, select Preferences.

2. From the category menu on the left, double click on "Advanced" to open the sub-menu.

3.
From the Advanced sub-menu, select the "Scripts and Plugins" .

4.
Enable the necessary functions as displayed in the image on the right.

5. Press OK.

6. Close all browser windows, and then re-open the browser and access the training. 
 

 
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Mozilla FireFox 1.0 (and higher) - Enabling JavaScript:

1. From the Tools menu, select Options.

2. From the category menu on the left, select "Web Features" to open the sub-menu.

3.
From the Web Features sub-menu, enable the necessary functions as displayed in the image on the right.

5. Press OK.

6. Close all browser windows, and then re-open the browser and access the training. 
 

 
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