Help With JavaScript

To display the email addresses on our contact page, we use a common computer language called JavaScript. We do this to hide our addresses from spam bots that are constantly trolling the web, looking for email addresses to harvest and send spam to. (We hate spam as much as you do.)

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Most web browsers have JavaScript enabled as their default setting, so all is well. If, however, you do not see the email links on our contact page, it's probably because JavaScript has been turned off inside your browser for some reason. You will need to find the setting within your browser that turns it back on. (Lots of websites use Java to display information, so knowing how to turn it on is useful.)

We thought about trying to collect information about how to do this on all the different browsers and putting it on this page. The trouble is, things change as the different browsers change and get updated, and we have no way of keeping track of all that. And we figure that finding the wrong information on our site would be more frustrating than not finding any information at all.

So here's what we suggest:

  • Start by using the 'Help” function within your browser. Search for “javascript” or “enable javascript.”
  • If that doesn't work, try Googling “enable javascript [insert the name of your web browser here]” or “how to enable javascript [insert the name of your web browser here]”. You will probably find instructions for exactly how to do it.
  • You can also add the version number of your browser to your search, if you need to.

If all else fails, give Lia a call and she can give you our email addresses over the phone. We do want to hear from you, so don't hesitate to call if you need to.