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- This problem may appear even if you have enabled JS from the Safari settings.
- Though you can disable some extensions to solve this problem, you will also need to follow other methods from this article as well.
Safari is the default browser in the Apple ecosystem. Whether you are on macOS or iOS, Safari is the first browser. A large number of people rely on this application as it serves their purpose pretty well. If you are interested, learn how to use Safari on Windows.
Even though Chromium-based browsers like Opera One, Edge, or Chrome are much more powerful, you may rely on Safari due to its minimalistic aesthetic design, performance on low-end Macs, tight integration with iPhones and iPads, etc.
You can consider using a different web browser if the problem repeats itself. For this, we suggest Opera One, a very lightweight and fast browser with a lot of privacy and security settings.
If there is no JS, we would see less functional, less user-friendly websites out there.
- The third-party extension may be causing the problem
- JS file may not be loaded due to an internet connectivity issue
- Outdated version of Safari
- Open Safari.
- Press Command + , on the keyboard.
- Go to the Security tab.
- If not, tick it to enable JS.
- Open the Settings app on iPhone or iPad.
- Go to Safari and scroll down and go to Advanced.
1. Disable third-party extensions
1.1 Disable third-party extensions on macOS
- Open Safari.
- Press Command + , to go to Safari preferences.
- Go to the Extensions tab and untick the extensions you want to disable.
1.2 Disable on iOS
2. Clear browsing data
2.1 On macOS
- Go to Safari preferences.
- Go to the Privacy tab and click on Manage website data.
- Click on Remove all.
2.2 On iOS
3. Update Safari
3.1 Update on Mac
- Click on the Apple icon on the menu bar and go to About This Mac.
- Click on Software Update.
- It will check for new updates and prompt if anything available.
- Install any available updates.
On older macOS, Safari gets an update with the OS. However, on any version of modern macOS, Safari gets separate updates.
3.2 Update on iPhone/iPad