How to enable JavaScript on Opera | Tutorial

How to enable JavaScript on Opera

How to enable JavaScript on Opera

Many websites simply need it: JavaScript. In order for certain elements to react dynamically to the input and actions of visitors, Java is often mandatory. Nevertheless, this can also be a security risk on the wrong pages. Therefore, we would like to show you how to enable or disable JavaScript on Opera. The function is easy to use, but not always easy to find. Therefore, we would like to help you with a small contribution.

Enabling Opera JavaScript also possible for individual pages:

You don’t have to choose A or B only. Rather, you can also specify that you want to disable JavaScript. If it is necessary for individual pages, you can explicitly allow it for them. The other way around is also possible. We will also discuss this topic in more detail.

Step-by-step instructions:

  • Launch Opera
  • Click on the three bars in the upper right corner and select “Go to full browser settings” in the list at the bottom
  • Click in the middle on the “Site settings”
  • Select the item “JavaScript
  • In the default settings you can choose whether you want to use JavaScript or not
  • In the personalized behavior you can allow or disallow the use of JavaScript separately, contrary to the above rule
  • Done!

It only takes a few clicks to make this important decision for your browser. Still, it’s always a matter of whether you would have found the function so quickly on your own. We hope we were able to help you with this tutorial and wish you continued success and fun using Opera!

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