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JavaScript

4Portraits.com uses JavaScript to enhance the usability of this web site. Without JavaScript turned on you will not be able to view this site as it was intended. This programming language has allowed us to juice up sites with interactive elements without slowing down your browser. We believe JavaScript on our site will make your visit a pleasurable one!

JavaScript

In order to get the full benefits of JavaScript, you'll need to turn on certain settings in your web browser. (Despite the twin coffee names, don't confuse JavaScript with Java, another programming language.) Here's how:

Using Netscape Navigator 3 (PC, Mac)
1. Click on the "Options" menu and select "Network Preferences."
2. Click on the tab labeled "Languages."
3. Make sure "Enable JavaScript" is selected.

Using Netscape Navigator 4 (PC, Mac)
1. Click on the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences."
2. You'll see a number of choices on the left-hand side of the window. Click on "Advanced."
3. Make sure "Enable JavaScript" is selected.

Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 3 (PC)
1. Click on the "View" menu and select "Options."
2. Click on the tab labeled "Security."
3. Click on the "Safety Level" button.
4. Select "Medium."

Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 (PC)
1. Click on the "View" menu and select "Internet Options."
2. Click on the tab labeled "Security."
3. Select "Medium."

Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (PC)
1. Click on the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options."
2. Click on the tab labeled "Security."
3. Click on "Default Level."

Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (PC)
1. Click on the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options."
2. Click on the tab labeled "Security."
3. Click on "Default Level."

Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 (Mac)
1. Click on the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences."
2. You'll see a number of choices on the left-hand side of the window. Click on "Web Browser" and select "Security Zones."
3. Select "Medium."

Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (Mac)
1. Click on the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences."
2. You'll see a number of choices on the left-hand side of the window. Click on "Web Browser" and select "Web Control".
3. Select "Medium."

Once you've got JavaScript up and running, head to 4portraits.com login area

Keep in mind that JavaScript is an evolving language, and older browsers may not speak the latest dialect. For best results, try upgrading to the most current available browser.

If your an AOL customer you will need to get AOL7.0 or later.

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