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Why must javascript be enabled in my browser?

Javascript is a programming language that is designed to add interactivity to website pages. There are many interactive features on, for example Grade 5 Theory exam style questions together with real-time progress charts. If javascript is turned off in your browser you will be unable to see these. To enjoy all the benefits of our advice to you is enable javascript now!

How do I enable javascript in my browser?

This will depend upon your browser. Please follow the instructions below:

Internet Exporer 7 and 8

1. Click the Tools menu
2. Select Internet Options
3. Click the Security tab
4. Click the Custom Level button
5. Scroll down until you see the Scripting section. Select the Enable radio button for Active Scripting
6. Click the OK button
7. Click the Yes button when asked to confirm your changes


1. Click the Tools menu
2. Select Options
3. Click the Contents tab
4. Select the Enable JavaScript checkbox
5. Click the OK button


1. Click the Safari menu
2. Select Preferences
3. Click the Security tab
4. Select the Enable JavaScript checkbox


Javascript is enabled by default in Chrome so there is nothing for you to do here.

For information on how to enable javascript in other browsers, please consult your browser's help section.

Which browsers does support? supports the following browsers:

Internet Explorer 7+
Mozilla Firefox (all versions)
Safari (all versions)
Opera (all versions)
Google Chrome (all versions)

If you use a browser that is not listed here you may find that some features of Clements Theory do not work properly. You can download the latest version of your browser here:

Internet Explorer

For assistance, please select a support topic from the list above. If you can't find what you're looking for, please feel free to contact us and we'll do our best to help you as quickly as possible.