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Web Browser Help:

The Universal Abilities website is HTML5 and CSS3 compliant and has been tested on the 5 most popular web browsers listed below. JavaScript must be enabled for this website to operate properly. Download your web browser of choice and configure it according to the following instructions. We recommend always using an anti-virus program and updating your web browser, anti-virus software and media player plug-ins to the latest version for best performance. We also recommend using AdBlock to prevent annoying advertising and pop-ups if your web browser supports it.

Safari:

Safari
  1. Select "Preferences" under the "Edit" menu
  2. On the "Security" tab page under "Web Content" check the "Enable JavaScript" check box
  3. On the "Privacy" tab page under "Block Cookies" select "From 3rd parties and advertisers"
  4. On the "Extensions" tab page press the "Get Extensions" button
  5. On the Apple web site extensions page select "Ad Block" and select "Install"
  6. Ad Block stops numerous annoying advertisements and pop-ups
  7. Click here to download Apple Safari web browser
  8. Click here to download Apple Quick Time media player
  9. Click here to download Adobe Flash media player
  10. This website looks best in Safari web browser (Recommended)

Chrome:

Chrome
  1. Press the "Wrench" button in the upper right corner of the window
  2. Select "Settings" from the drop-down menu
  3. At the bottom of the page click the "Show Advanced Settings..." link
  4. Under the "Privacy" section press the "Content Settings..." button
  5. Under the "JavaScript" section select "Allow all sites to run JavaScript (Recommended)"
  6. Under the "Cookies" section select "Allow Local Data to be set (Recommended)"
  7. Under the "Cookies" section check "Block third party cookies and site data"
  8. Click here to download Google Chrome web browser
  9. Click here to download Apple Quick Time media player
  10. Click here to download Adobe Flash media player

Opera:

Opera
  1. Under the "Tools" menu select "Preferences"
  2. Select the "Advanced" tab select "Content" from the list on the left side of the tab page
  3. Select the "Advanced" tab page
  4. Selct "Content" from the list on the left side of the tab page
  5. Check "Enable Javascript" on the tab page
  6. select "Cookies" from the list on the left side of the tab page
  7. Check "Accept Cookies only from the sites I visit" on the tab page
  8. Click here to download Opera web browser
  9. Click here to download Apple Quick Time media player
  10. Click here to download Adobe Flash media player

Firefox:

Firefox
  1. Under the "Tools" menu select "Options"
  2. On the options window select the "Content" page
  3. On the "Content" page check "Enable JavaScript"
  4. On the "Privacy" page check "Accept cookies from sites I visit"
  5. Click here to download Firefox web browser
  6. Click here to download Apple Quick Time media player
  7. Click here to download Adobe Flash media player

Internet Explorer:

Internet Explorer
  1. Under the "Tools" menu select "Internet Options"
  2. On the "Options" window select the "Security" tab page
  3. On the "Security" tab select the "Internet Zone"
  4. Press the "Cuttom Level" button
  5. On the "Security Settings - Internet Zone" window scroll down to the "Scripting" section
  6. Under the "Scripting" section for "Active Scripting" select "Enable"
  7. On the "Privacy" tab page press the "Advanced" button
  8. On the "Advanced Privacy Settings Window" check "Override autoamtic cookie handling"
  9. Under "First Party Cookies" select "Enable"
  10. Under "Third Party Cookies" select "Block"
  11. Click here to download Internet Explorer web browser
  12. Click here to download Apple Quick Time media player
  13. Click here to download Adobe Flash media player

What is JavaScript?

As internet traffic skyrocketed in the early 1990’s the public demanded a more exciting web experience. The ability to display images, stream multimedia and interact with the user was added through the addition of media player plug-ins and programming languages such as JavaScript.


The Universal Abilities website only uses JavaScript to create more dynamic web pages for a more enjoyable user experience. No personal information is collected by visiting the website and no "Tracking Cookies" or software of any kind are installed on your computer. For complete details see our privacy policy.


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