Safari

Considering the very facts that some iPhone novices are not familiar with the device built-in explorer – Safari, we would like to make a brief introduction to certain explorer and relative tricks to use Safari. Safari is a web browser developed and released by Apple Inc and there are different versions for Windows operating systems, Mac OS X and iOS. Up till now, there are multiple Safari versions including Safari 1, Safari 2, Safari 3, Safari 4, Safari 5, Safari 6 and Safari 7.

Safari: Enable/Disable pop-up blocker
How to enable or disable pop-up blocker in the Apple Safari web browser must concern numerous iPhone novices, so corresponding solutions are introduced. Since Safari can be used on different operating systems including Windows operating systems, Mac OS X and iOS, specific strategies targeting different systems are listed.

1. Windows and Mac OS X version
If computer users are using Safari on Windows and Mac OS X, and they would like to enable or disable pop-up blocker, they can follow those steps to achieve their goal:
At first, Windows users need to choose the setting gear, and then choose “Preferences“, while Mac users ought to click “Safari” and then click “Preferences“.
Secondly, click “Security” at the top of the window.
Thirdly, check or uncheck the box “Block pop-up windows” to enable or disable pop-up blocker.

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2. iOS version
iOS-based device(iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) users need to choose the “Settings” from the Home screen, and then choose “Safari“. After that, slide the Block Pop-ups to “On” or “Off” to enable or disable pop-up blocker.

Safari: Enable/Disable JavaScript
Some iPhone users deem that they are able to speed up the device if they close some applications or scripts. As a matter of fact, it has turned out to be the opposite. For instance, some websites may display improperly without having JavaScript turned on. Therefore, the exact solutions to enable or disable JavaScript are demonstrated here.

1. iOS 7
iOS-based device users need to tap “Settings” icon and then select “Safari“. Then, scroll down to the bottom and select “Advanced“. At this time, set the “JavaScript” setting to “On“(green) to enable it, while set the “JavaScript” setting to “Off“(white) to disable it.

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2. iOS 6 and lower
However, users whose device is based on iOS 6 and lower need to take the following steps to enable or disable JavaScript:
At first, users need to tab the “Settings” icon.
Secondly, select “Safari“.
Thirdly, slide the “JavaScript” setting to “On” to enable the setting, while slide the “JavaScript” setting to “Off” to disable the setting.

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