Browser Settings - Technical Support

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Javascript

JavaScript technology is used on a large number of internet sites. In short, the technology enables dynamic visual effects, faster loading speeds and a significantly more pleasant browsing experience. JavaScript is activated on almost all modern internet browsers.

Our shop also makes use of JavaScript to give you the best possible customer experience. We therefore recommend that you activate JavaScript for your browser. This is explained below.

Of course, you can also shop with us if you cannot or do not wish to activate JavaScript. Certain options will not be available to you, but we have put a lot of time into ensuring that this does not affect your purchase with Officechair24.

Please activate javascript on your browser.
Javascript is activated by default in modern browsers and allows additional functions, that our shop uses, to make your shopping as pleasant as possible.

How do I activate JavaScript for my browser?

Firefox: Click the Tools drop-down menu and select Options. Select the Content sections from the options at the top of the pop-up page. Check the box next to Enable JavaScript and click OK.

Internet Explorer: From the Tools menu, select Internet Options and then, click the Security tab. Under Security, select Default Level. Otherwise you can select Custom Level, then check the box beside Scripting. Confirm either option with OK.

Google Chrome: JavaScript is always active on Google Chrome. If you have manually deactivated JavaScript, you can reverse this by following the prompts:

  1. Click on the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar and select Settings.
  2. In the privacy section, click Content Settings.
  3. Finally, select Allow all sites to run JavaScript in the JavaScript section, then click Done.

Opera: Click Tools from the main toolbar and select Preferences. Select the Advanced tab and then select Content. Mark the Enable JavaScript window and click OK.

Finally, please refresh this page. The warning notice should no longer be visible.