Click on the "Tools" button located at the left side of the toolbar at the top of the window. Scroll down through the drop-down menu and click the "Options" entry.
Navigate to the "Content" tab in the "Options" window. Locate the series of check boxes at the top of the window.
Close down the Mozilla Firefox browser and then open it up again to enable the change. Navigate to the Facebook website and log into your account.
Click on the "Tools" button at the upper-right corner of the Internet Explorer web browser. Scroll down and click on "Internet Options."
Navigate to the tab labeled "Security." Click on the "Custom Level" button in the security options.
Scroll through the list of custom security options and locate the heading labeled "Scripting." Click the "Enable" button next to the "Active Scripting" entry.
Click the "OK" button at the bottom of the window. Close down Internet Explorer and then open it up again to save the security level change.
Navigate to the Facebook website and enter your user name and password information.
Tips & Warnings
- You can also bring up the "Tools" menu in the Mozilla Firefox web browser by pressing the "Alt" and "T" buttons on your keyboard.