Right-click anywhere on the webpage and select "Inspect element" or "Inspect" from the context menu. This will open the Developer Tools window.
In the Developer Tools window, click on the "Console" tab.
Click on the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the Internet Explorer window and select "Internet options" from the dropdown menu.
In the Internet Options window, go to the "Security" tab.
Click on the "Custom level" button.
Scroll down until you find the "Scripting" section.
Under the "Active scripting" option, select "Enable."
Click on "OK" to save the changes.
Open Internet Explorer 11 on your computer.
Click on the gear icon in the top-right corner of the browser window to open the Tools menu.
From the dropdown menu, select "Internet options."
In the Internet Options window, click on the "Security" tab.
Click on the "Custom level..." button. This will open the Security Settings window.
Scroll down the list of settings until you find the section labeled "Scripting."
Under "Scripting," locate the option labeled "Active scripting" and select the "Enable" radio button.
Click on the "OK" button to save the changes and close the Security Settings window.
Back in the Internet Options window, click on the "OK" button to save the changes and close the window.
Restart Internet Explorer for the changes to take effect.
Common issues and troubleshooting tips:
- If you do not see the gear icon in the top-right corner of the browser window, you may be using a different version of Internet Explorer. Try searching for specific instructions for your version.
- Open Internet Explorer and click on the Tools button (gear icon) located at the top-right corner of the window.
- From the drop-down menu, select Internet Options.
- In the Internet Options window, navigate to the Security tab.
- Click on the Custom level... button.
- Scroll down the list of settings until you find the Scripting section.
- Under the Active scripting heading, select the Enable radio button.
- Click OK to save the changes and close the Security Settings window.
- Finally, click OK again to close the Internet Options window.
Consistent DOM Manipulation: Internet Explorer may have different behavior when it comes to DOM manipulation. To ensure consistent results, use frameworks or libraries that abstract away these differences, such as jQuery.