How To (Temporarily) Disable JavaScript In Your Browser

by Ruud Hein December 20th, 2010 

Sometimes it is illuminating to see or test a web site through the eyes of users who don't have JavaScript enabled.

Here are instruction on disabling JavaScript for most common browsers. To enable JavaScript, simply reverse the instructions.

HOW TO DISABLE JAVASCRIPT IN INTERNET EXPLORER

Go to the menu Tools "> Internet Options "> Security "> Custom Level. Scroll to the Scripting section and click disable.

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HOW TO DISABLE JAVASCRIPT IN FIREFOX

Go to the menu Tools "> Content. Uncheck Enable JavaScript.

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HOW TO DISABLE JAVASCRIPT IN GOOGLE CHROME / ROCKMELT / FLOCK

Chrome: lick on the icon of a wrench image[27] 

Flock: click on the Customize icon image[48]

RockMelt: click on the RockMelt menu icon image[51]

Pick Options "> Under The Hood "> Content Settings. Click Do not allow any site

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HOW TO DISABLE JAVASCRIPT IN SAFARI

Click on the settings icon image[33] and pick Preferences "> Security. Uncheck Enable JavaScript.

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HOW TO DISABLE JAVASCRIPT IN OPERA

Click the menu icon image[39] and pick Settings "> Quick Preferences. Uncheck Enable JavaScript.

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Or, on any page, press the [F12] key to get to the same menu.

Ruud Hein

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