Advice 1: How to enable Java in Opera

Sometimes Opera browser can correctly display the contents of the website, this is mainly due to problems with Java. By default, this module is built into the program, but in some cases it causes the error because the Java technology is constantly given to change.
How to enable Java in Opera
You will need
  • - Internet browser Opera;
  • package Java.
Instruction
1
In recent years began to appear a lightweight version of browsers which lack many of the components. Opera is no exception, so some distributions can be either an outdated version of Java or it will not be. Download the installation package from the official site http://www.java.com/ru/.
2
After installation, run the browser and go to settings web content. To do this click the top menu "Tools" and in the opened list select "Quick setup" or press the F12 function key. In this menu, you need to put a mark next to "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript". If the ticks already are, go to the advanced settings of the browser.
3
Click the top menu "Tools", select "Settings". In the window that opens, navigate to the Content tab and check the box next to "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript".
4
Then click "Customize JavaScript". You will see the settings window, in the lower part of which there is a block Folder "user files". If the line is empty, click Browse and specify the path to the folder in which you installed Java. Typically, this folder C:\Program Files\Java\jre (version number).
5
If after that positive result is not obtained, therefore, the problem lies in the browser cache, i.e. it is necessary to clean or delete. To do this click the top menu "Tools", select "Settings". In the opened window go to the Advanced tab. In the left part of the program, click on "History" and navigate to the "block Cache". Click the "clear cache".
6
Also the browser cache and other method. In the main menu select "Settings" and tap "Delete personal data". In the opened window, click "Detailed setting". In the list, uncheck all items except "empty the cache" and click "Delete".

Advice 2: How to enable javascript on Opera

In the browsers of almost all manufacturers today is the ability to control "active content" web pages. In this category are included, and scripts in the JavaScript language, Java applets, and AxtiveX components. This is done to allow the browser user to choose the level of security web surfing. However, today in the network there are very few sites that don't use those or other interactive features of the JavaScript language. To make full use of the opportunities provided by these sites, there is a need to incorporate relevant browser settings. to change the security policy embedded in the browser settings in order to access the full functionality of the sites visited. Let's find out how this is most easily done in Opera.
Setting Opera
You will need
  • Opera Browser
Instruction
1
The path we are interested in setting up is through the main menu of the browser - clicking it, go to "Quick settings". In this section the installation of the browser is divided into four groups, the second of which is the desired string "Enable JavaScript". If the mark it is not necessary - it should stand. And you can do all this without a mouse - access to quick settings browser is opened by pressing the "shortcut key" F12.
Opera: quick enable JavaScript
2
There is another, slightly longer way to access the same setup, which additionally gives access to several advanced settings processing JavaScript in your browser. In order to use it you need the "Settings" section of the "Main menu", select "General settings" (or press Ctrl + F12). In the "Settings" window that opens, click on the "Advanced" tab in the left pane, select "Content". You should then put a mark next to "Enable JavaScript". Advanced settings is available by pressing a button set to JavaScript.
Opera: advanced JavaScript settings
Note
In Opera - "Tools" - > "Settings" --> "Advanced" --> "Contents". Check "Use JavaScript".
Useful advice
Select the menu "Tools", then "Settings". Go to the tab "Content" and put a tick next to "Use JavaScript".
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