How to Enable or Block JavaScript on Safari iOS/iPadOS?

Learn how to allow or block the JavaScript execution on the Apple Safari browser for the iPhone or iPad. JavaScript is used to make the website interactive.

All the major websites built these days are somehow rely on JavaScript. JavaScript adds an interactive element that is not available in older web technology. Gone are those days when the websites where just a white or colorful page with some text and images.

Though JavaScript can be used in many useful ways, there are also a bunch of people who misuse this for hijacking our browser. For example, injecting the marquis search spam in the safari browser.

Hence, if you feel that you do not need JS for the website, then you can, of course, block the JavaScript on all websites. This will automatically safeguard from the phishing site.

Related: How to Allow or Block JavaScript in Safari Computer?

Unlike, Chrome Android and Edge for Android, the Safari does not offer an exception list where you can allow JS to run on a specific website. But, you can either allow or block all websites completely.

How to Block JavaScript on Safari iPhone or iPad?

We can easily block the JavaScript execution on the Safari browser on iOS and iPadOS devices using a single toggle button.

Here are the steps to block JavaScript execution on Safari iOS:

  1. Open the Settings app on the iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and choose the Safari browser from Settings.
  3. From Safari Settings, scroll down to the bottom and tap on the Advanced menu.
  4. Toggle the JavaScript button to turn OFF and disable execution.

Block JavaScript execution on Safari iOS and iPad

This will completely block the JavaScript to run on the Safari. If you block the JavaScript, a few websites might not work as intended.

How to Enable JavaScript on Safari for iPhone or iPad?

We can enable and allow JavaScript to run on the Safari browser on iOS and iPadOS devices. All we need is to toggle the button that will allow JS execution on websites.

Here are the steps to enable the JavaScript execution on Safari iOS:

  1. Open the Settings app on the iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and Choose the Safari browser from Settings.
  3. From Safari Settings, scroll down to the bottom and tap on the Advanced menu.
  4. Toggle the JavaScript button to turn ON and enable execution.

Enable JavaScript on Safari iPhone or iPad

This will allow the JavaScript within the website to execute and run on the Safari browser without any issues. This is the recommended setting in most cases.

Bottom Line: Safari iOS JavaScript Execution

By default, the Safari browser is set to allow the JavaScript execution for all the websites. However, we can completely control whether to allow or disable the Javascript within the Safari browser on iPhone or iPad.

In most cases, you can keep the Javascript blocked, however if any website is misbehaving, then you can quickly toggle the button to enable the Javascript on websites.

Personally, I do allow the Javascript as I like to keep the interactive website experience. However, when I feel a particular website is not safe, I just avoid visiting for protecting privacy and security. In rare cases, I just disable the JavaScript execution feature and visit the site.

Similarly, you can also enable or block Javascript on the Safari mac computer. Just like Safari on iOS, there is no site exception within the Safari browser.

Let us know what is your current settings for javascript in safari iPhone or iPad? Do you block it completely or allow on all sites.

Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.

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Chrome WindowsChrome MacChrome iOSChrome AndroidFirefox Linux
Firefox WindowsSafari MacSafari iOSEdge AndroidChrome Linux
Edge WindowsFirefox MacEdge iOSSamsung InternetEdge Linux

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