ˇ If you click on items in Content/Calendar/Syllabus and nothing happens: Many times this is caused by pop-up blockers. There are two basic types of pop-up blockers to deal with.
ˇ Virus Check Pop-up Blockers: If you press Control (CTRL) on your keyboard while clicking on the link at the same time and nothing happens, the pop-up blocker can usually be found on your virus check program.
ˇ Search Bar Pop-up Blockers: If you press Control (CTRL) on your keyboard while clicking on the link at the same time and the page opens, the pop-up blocker can usually be found on a search bar such as Google, Yahoo, etc.
ˇ If your webpage is out of proportion: It could be that part of the page is shown at the top of the window, but the links are located below the area for a left frame. When this occurs, change the view size of the window by going to the right-hand bottom of the screen and changing it up to between 100% and 110%. This generally resolves the problem. Changing it to a lower percentage has not resolved the problem in the past.
Turn off Pop-ups blocker (Internet Explorer)
Pop-up Blocker is turned on in Internet Explorer by default. To turn it off or to turn it on again if you've already turned it off, follow these steps:
2. Click the Tools button, point to Pop-up Blocker, and then do one of the following:
o To turn off Pop-up Blocker, click Turn Off Pop-up Blocker.
o To turn on Pop-up Blocker, click Turn On Pop-up Blocker.