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Browser Test

For HACC Students and Staff only!
Please do not contact us about problems with other sites.

1. Click button:
2. If requested:

Test Performed Result

Browser name: Failed
Browser version: Failed
JavaScript version: Failed
JavaScript enabled: How to fix it!
Cookies enabled: How to fix it!
Supported Browser: How to fix it!
Screen Resolution: How to fix it!

If a problem is reported above and the solutions below don't help, send message to support .


Problem Solution
No response when the "Test" button is clicked

or

JavaScript test Failed.
JavaScript has either not been turned on, or your web browser is running an older version of JavaScript. Please make sure that JavaScript has been enabled:

  • In Netscape Navigator: click Edit from your browser's menu bar, then select Preferences. Click the Advanced category and be sure that "Enable JavaScript" is checked. Click OK to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

  • In Microsoft Internet Explorer: click Tools from your browser's menu bar, then select Internet Options. Select the Security tab, then click the Custom Level button. Scroll down to the Scripting options and Enable Active Scripting. Click OK twice to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

    Be sure to re-run the Test if you have made any changes to your browser's settings.
Cookies are not enabled. Please make sure that cookies have been enabled:

  • In Netscape Navigator 6.x: click Edit from your browser's menu bar, then select Preferences. Click the Advanced category. Click the arrow next to Advanced to view the sub-options and select Cookies. Be sure that either "Enable all cookies" or "Enable cookies for the originating web site only" is selected. Click OK to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

  • In Netscape Navigator 4.x: click Edit from your browser's menu bar, then select Preferences. Click the Advanced category. Be sure that either "Accept all cookies" or "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server" is selected. Click OK to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

  • In Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x: Click Tools from your browser's menu bar, then select Internet Options. Select the Privacy tab, then move the slider on the left down until it says Medium-High or lower. Click OK to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

  • In Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x: Click Tools from your browser's menu bar, then select Internet Options. Select the Security tab, then click the Custom Level button. Scroll down to the Cookies options and set "Allow cookies that are stored on your computer" to Enable and "Allow per-session cookies" to Enable. Click OK twice to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

  • In Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x: Click Views from your browser's menu bar, then select Internet Options. Select the Advanced tab. Scroll down to the Cookies options within the Security section. Select "Always accept cookies". Click OK to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

    Be sure to re-run the Test if you have made any changes to your browser's settings.
Unsupported Browser. On PCs, Netscape Navigator version 4.07 or greater or Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 or greater is required.

On Macs, Internet Explorer version 5.1 or later is required.

To upgrade to a supported web browser, choose one of the following links:

  • Netscape Navigator
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer for Mac
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer for UNIX
  • Screen Resolution failed This Web Site has been optimized for a screen resolution of 800x600. The current screen resolution is below 800x600. The current resolution may affect how web pages are displayed. You do not need to adjust your resolution; however, it is highly recommended.
    • In Windows: Click Start, Settings, Control Panels, Display. Click on the Settings Tab. Slide the Screen Resolution Bar to the right to 800x600 or greater. (The higher the number, the smaller the icons on your desktop. For 17" monitors or greater, try a maximum screen resolution of 1024x768.) Also set the Color Quality to Highest. Click OK to return to this Browser Test, then reload this page.

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