How To Enable Javascript In Google Chrome

JavaScript is an essential aspect of virtually all websites that adds functionality and interactivity. Sometimes, for security or debugging purposes, you might need to disable it. However, you may find that some sites don’t function properly without it. This blog will guide you on how to enable JavaScript in your Google Chrome browser.

Steps to Enable JavaScript in Google Chrome

Follow these simple steps to enable JavaScript in your Google Chrome browser:

  1. Open your Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click on the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner of the browser.
  3. Select Settings from the dropdown menu.
  4. Scroll down and click on Advanced.
  5. Under the Privacy and security category, click on Site settings.
  6. Scroll down to JavaScript and click on it.
  7. Ensure the switch next to Allowed (recommended) is turned on. If it isn’t, click on it to enable JavaScript.

Script to Check If JavaScript Is Enabled

If you want to check whether JavaScript is enabled in your browser, you can use the following simple script:

This script will display an alert message indicating whether JavaScript is enabled or disabled in your browser.


Enabling JavaScript in Google Chrome is a straightforward process that enhances your browsing experience by allowing websites to display dynamic content. Always ensure JavaScript is enabled for a seamless browsing experience, unless you have a specific reason to disable it.

If you followed the steps correctly, JavaScript should now be enabled in your Google Chrome browser. Enjoy your interactive and dynamic browsing experience!