How to enable pop-ups in your browser

Pop-up windows or messages are used in many websites for various purposes, from opening a file you are downloading, opening an external or third-party website from a link in the website you are in, and most importantly for alerting you about signing in or entering information that you forgot to type into an online form you filled out.


Pop-ups are also used for advertisements that may sometimes be distracting or unwanted, and this is why some people choose to disable pop-ups in their Internet browsers. However, you may find that disabling this feature also disables a few important features in a website you are visiting.


If you are experiencing problems while viewing or downloading files from the BrillKids website, do make sure that you have enabled pop-ups by following the instructions for the browser you are using:


Internet Explorer

1. Click the Tools menu.
2. Select Pop-up Blocker.
3. Click on Turn Off Pop-up Blocker.
4. Alternatively, click on Pop-up Blocker Settings to add to your browser's list of websites where pop-ups are enabled.



1. Click the Tools menu.
2. Select Options.
3. Click the Content tab.
4. Un-check the Block pop-up windows checkbox.
5. Click the OK button.



1. Click the Tools menu.
2. Select Options.
3. Select Under the Hood.
4. Under Privacy, click the Content Settings button.
5. Under Pop-ups, select the Allow all sites to show pop-ups radio button.
5. Close the Content Settings window.



1. Click the Safari menu.
2. Un-check Block Pop-up Windows (or press Ctrl + Shift + K on your keyboard).
3. Alternatively, select Preferences and go to the Security tab to un-check Block pop-up windows.


NOTE: To disable pop-up windows again, simply follow the same steps above to change your browser's pop-up settings.

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