How to Stop Web Pages From Moving

by Liam Walter

Knowing how to correctly block web pages may prevent you from suffering a significant amount of frustration. Many web pages and advertisements have java scripts that enable them to move around. These features offers nothing more than entertainment. To many Internet users, they are nuances and provide only frustration. Turning off the ability for web pages to move around is relatively easy and only takes a few seconds.

Double-click your Mozilla Firefox browser for Windows users.

Select the "Tools" on your toolbar and then "Options."

Left-click on the "Content" tab.

Select "Advanced" adjacent to the "Enable Javascript."

De-select "Move or resize existing windows."

Double-click your Safari browser for Windows or Mac users.

Left-click "Settings" and select "Preferences."

Select "Security" on the tab bar.

De-select "Enable JavaScript."

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About the Author

Liam Walter is a self-employed stock operator. In addition to being a financial speculator, he is a lead writer for new-electronics.com, and has been freelance writing since early 2001. Walter studied kinesiology at Austin Community College. Before becoming a full-time trader, Walter worked as a certified nurse's assistant in various nursing facilities.

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