Most websites include buttons of some description. Website buttons usually work fine. However, buttons on certain sites might not always work when users click them. In such cases, nothing happens when users click certain, or all, buttons on specific pages. That will often be a browser issue, but might also be something for website developers to fix.
How can users fix website buttons?
1. Refresh the Website Page
A simple page refresh might sometimes do the trick. To refresh a webpage, click the Reload button on the browser’s URL toolbar. Reload buttons are usually adjacent to the URL bar in most browsers. Then try clicking the buttons after reloading a page.
- Click the Settings option to open the tab shown directly below.
- Click Advanced to expand the Settings tab.
- Click the Site settings button.
- Turn the Blocked option on.
- If there are any sites on the Block list, remove them by clicking More actions and selecting Remove.
3. Clear the Browser’s data
- Clearing browser data can resolve numerous webpage issues. To do that in Chrome, click the Customize Google Chrome button.
- Select More tools and Clear browsing data to open the window shown directly below.
- Select the Cookies and other site data check box.
- Click the Cached images and files option.
- Select All Time on the Time range drop-down menu.
- Then press the Clear data button.
4. Reset the Browser
- Users have confirmed that turning browser extensions off can fix webpage buttons. Resetting browsers will turn all their extensions off, and users can do that in Chrome by entering ‘chrome://settings/’ in the URL bar.
- Scroll down to and click the Advanced button.
- Then scroll to the bottom of the Settings tab. Click the Restore settings to their original defaults option.
- Press the Reset settings button.
5. Update the Browser
- Users utilizing antiquated browser versions might need to update their browsers, which they can do by reinstalling them. Open the Run accessory by pressing the Windows key + R hotkey.
- Input ‘appwiz.cpl’ in the Open text box. Then press the OK button, which will open the Windows uninstaller.
- Select the browser, and click the Uninstall option.
- Select the Yes option to uninstall the software.
- Restart the desktop or laptop before reinstalling the browser.
- Open the browser’s website page from which users can download the latest version.
- Alternatively, users can also update some browsers by clicking About options on their menus.
6. Try Another Browser
Users might find the website buttons work fine in other browsers. So, try opening the websites in alternative browsers, such as UR. UR is a new browser that’s getting some rave reviews. It’s a Chromium browser with a similar UI design to Chrome, and users can also utilize Chrome extensions in UR.
7. Adjust Security Settings
- Some users might need to adjust very high security settings to fix website buttons. Internet Explorer users can adjust those settings by clicking the gear button in IE and selecting Internet Options.
- Then select the Security tab.
- Click Trusted sites shown in the snapshot directly below.
- Drag the Allowed levels bar down.
- Click Internet and Custom level to open the window directly below.
- Select a lower setting on the Reset to menu.
- Click the Reset and OK buttons.
- Press the Apply button, and click the OK option to exit.
Those are some of the potential resolutions for fixing website buttons that don’t work. Note, however, that the website developers might need to fix some of the buttons on their site pages. So, the resolutions above aren’t always guaranteed.
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