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How to disable JavaScript?

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Well the problem is that the coupon code is interfering with navigating from my homepage to my dropdown pages and I was told that if I disable the javascript from the coupon code then I would be able to navigate from my homepage to my dropdown pages. The problem is that I don't know how to disable the javascript within the Saving Center. I don't if I have to do it in the the Coupon code's html but I was hoping if someone can tell me how to do this from detail to detail. Like, do I have to plug in "disable=true" in the html and if I do then where do I place it?

Here is my coupon code html:

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  1. <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
  2. var ci_cap_scriptId = "16631";
  3. var ci_cap_bid = "1264580001";
  4. var ci_cap_format = "718x940";
  5. var ci_cap_bannerType = "3";
  6. </script>
  7. <noscript><p>Coupons powered by <a href="">Coupons.c…
  8. <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
Can someone please show me how to do it and I don't mean by just expaining it. I'm a rookie at html so I need someone to copy the html above and paste it with the corrected way to disable javascript in this html. I don't know how to use "disabled=true" or "comment tag" but i was told to use this mathic. So if there is anyone out there who knows how to use html and can help me with this problem, i would appeciate the help.

Note: i'm not trying to get rid of my coupons on my homepage, i just want to be able to navigate from my homepage to my dropdown pages.

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Jul 11 '12 #1
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there is no way to disable JavaScript from within JavaScript.

what you can do is use a browser plugin (e.g. NoScript/Firefox), explicitly overwriting the other code (though that does not always work) or putting your own code under a different "namespace" (i.e. do not put it in the global, but your own object)
Jul 12 '12 #2

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