- You will need to launch Safari after your Mac goes through its full startup cycle.
- Once the browser displays correctly on your system, choose the Safari menu option at the top left of the display.
- Then you will want to click on the Preferences choice in the drop-down menu that displays. You will then have a pop-up window that eventually appears on the screen.
- If you are running multiple applications at once, the spinning rainbow wheel may appear for a few moments. This action is normal.
If you prefer to use Google Chrome on your Mac, then launch this browser after your device’s startup cycle is complete.
- Go to the Chrome option on the top left of the display. Then choose the Preferences option that appears on the drop-down menu.
- Then you must select the Show Advanced Settings option from the next menu of choices that appears on your Mac. Once you get into this window, select Content Settings, which you can find in the Privacy section.
If you use Mozilla Firefox as your primary browser on a MacBook or iMac, then you will want to launch it after your device completes its startup cycle.
- When the browser opens the empty default window, you must type about:config into the URL address bar. Press the Return key to initiate the command.
- Firefox will then issue a warning that changing any advanced settings could void your warranty. You must click the I’ll Be Careful, I Promise button.
- Double-click the option that appears so that it toggles between a “true” and “false” value in the browser window.
- Launch your Chrome browser and navigate to the Chrome menu.
- Click the “Under the Hood” tab.
- Click “Content Settings” from the Privacy section.
- Close the window and refresh your browser.
- With Safari on MacOS.
- In the “Preferences” window select the “Security” tab.
- Close Preferences popup window and reload your webpage.
- Launch Safari from your desktop or Dock.
- From the main menu at the top of your screen, click Safari and then Preferences…
- Click the Security icon.
- Close this window.
- Open Safari (it’s the compass icon that, by default, lives in your bottom toolbar).
- In the top toolbar, select “Safari.”
- In the dropdown menu, click “Preferences.” Open your Preferences menu from the menu bar.
- Toggle over to the “Security” tab.
- Click the “Safari” menu.
- Click the “Preferences” menu item.
- Click on the “Security” tab.
- Close the “Preferences” window.
- go to Tools.
- then Internet Options
- select the Security tab.
- press the Custom Level button.
- scroll down to Scripting.
- enable Active Scripting.
- Cross-browser testing tools.