Browser Configuration

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We're sure that once you start using our service, you'll love it, the following information should help you in configuring your browser for using this service.
To determine your browser version, go to your browser's Help menu and select "About..."

Using a version below 4.0 of Netscape or Internet Explorer?

Upgrade Your Browser
Please download a free current version of your browser, then come right back to

Download Internet Explorer
Download Netscape Communicator
Download AOL -- You'll need a version based on IE 4.0 or above.

Using version 4.0 or above on Netscape or Internet Explorer?

Enable JavaScript
If you're using an IE or Netscape browser version 4.0 or higher, you must ensure JavaScript is enabled.

Netscape Users

  1. From the Edit menu, select "Preferences."
  2. Select the Advanced category on the right side.
  3. Make sure Enable JavaScript is checked in this main Advanced view.
  4. Now, make sure that cookies are also enabled. Confirm that you've selected Accept all cookies.
  5. Select OK and you're done!
Internet Explorer Users
  1. From the Tools menu, select "Internet Options."
  2. Select the Security tab.
  3. With the "Internet" globe highlighted, click Custom Level.
  4. Scroll down to Scripting. Beneath Active Scripting, select Enable.
  5. Now, make sure that cookies are also enabled. Find Allow cookies that are stored on your computer and select Enable.
  6. Select OK.
  7. If you're on a local network at work, we suggest that you return to Step 3, highlight the "Local Intranet" icon and continue with the same instructions.

Using AOL?

Check which version you're using. In your browser's Help menu, select "About..." If you're using a version below 4.0, you'll need to upgrade. Otherwise, follow the directions to enable JavaScript and cookies.
  1. In your AOL browser, go to the My AOL button and select "Preferences" from the pull-down menu.
  2. Select the WWW icon from the pop-up window.
  3. Select the Security tab in the pop-up window that appears.
  4. Click Custom Level.
  5. Scroll down to the Scripting heading near the bottom of the list.
  6. Under Active Scripting click the word Enable or Prompt to turn JavaScript on. We recommend choosing Enable so that you won't be constantly prompted with messages from your browser.
  7. Check the same for the Cookie settings.
  8. Select OK on both windows.

Using Compuserve?

Using Compuserve 2000, it's easy to enable JavaScript and cookies.
  1. In the Compuserve browser, go to the Access menu and select "Preferences."
  2. In the pop-up click the WWW icon.
  3. In the next pop-up, select the Security tab.
  4. Select Custom Level.
  5. The following items should NOT be disabled: Cookies (both listings) and Active Scripting. Make sure that Enabled or Prompt have been selected next to these items.

Using IE 4.0 on UNIX?

Since we haven't tested a great deal on Unix, please use Netscape.