If content or pictures are not showing or pages blank: Click on your browser, if its listed below (other browsers such as opera may or may not work, and not supported)
Edge | Chrome | Firefox
- Ensure that Flash Player is enabled
- Click the “…” button to access the Edge menu
- Select the Settings menu item
- Scroll down to the Advanced Settings section & click the View advanced settings button
- Locate the Use Adobe Flash Player section and toggle the switch on to enable Adobe Flash Player
- Refresh your web page or open a new browser tab to test if its working
- Depending on your version of Chrome, you may have the following on your address bar, it could also just have the word “Secure”. Click on the symbol or word and ensure to “always allow flash on this site”:
- Click on the “i” in the circle and you will see a dropdown menu:
- Check that Java and Flash are both “always allowed“
- For Older versions of Chrome: you may need to do below. We recommend you update your browser to the latest version for better results and security
- Type chrome://settings/content in the address bar
- On the Content settings screen, find the Flash Player listing. Check the status
- Select Allow sites to run Flash, then click Done
- Navigate to the Flash section of the Content settings screen
- To manage Flash Player settings by site, click Manage exceptions.
- Click Manage exceptions to manage Flash Player settings on a per-site basis
- On the Flash exceptions screen, enter the website domain and then choose Allow. When finished adding sites, click Done.
- Close the Content settings screen.
- Choose Firefox > Tools > Add-ons.
- Open the Add-ons dialog box.
- Select Plugins.
- In the list of Add-ons, look for Shockwave Flash (another name for Flash Player) and check the status that appears to the right of the plug-in name.
- If Shockwave Flash is disabled, Select Always Activate.
- Enable the plug-in.
- Close the dialog box.