How to Enable JavaScript in a Proxy Server

By Greyson Ferguson

If you want to surf the web without giving away your IP address or other personal information, use a proxy server. Proxy servers block all of your Internet information from other users and the sites you visit. While on the proxy server you can adjust some of the settings, including whether your computer can pick up cookies from the sites or if JavaScript is enabled while browsing.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • Internet access

Step 1

Launch the Internet browser and make your way to a proxy server site. There are thousands of different proxy sites available. See the link in References below for examples.

Step 2

Type in the full URL of the site you want to visit in the search bar of the proxy server. Press "Enter" and the site appears in the middle of the proxy site.

Step 3

Look at the top of the proxy site (directly below your toolbars). A few different options are provided. Check off the box "Enable JavaScript."