Use the links below to find instructions for allowing Flash Player content in your web browser. 


Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Edge

Apple Safari


Google Chrome


When a web page is attempting to play Flash content in Chrome a small popup window will appear to the far left of the address bar. 


The window will present you with the options of "Block" and "Allow". Clicking on "Allow" will allow Chrome to play the Flash content. 

Please note: After clicking on the "Allow" button, you may need to click on the link, video, or other content again to play it.



 

Mozilla Firefox


When a web page is attempting to play Flash content in Firefox a small icon that looks like a Lego© brick will appear to the far left of the address bar. 

Clicking on it will bring up a pop up window with the options of "Allow Now" and "Allow and Remember". Clicking on "Allow and Remember" to prevent Firefox from asking you to allow the content on this site in the future. 

Please note: After performing these steps, you may need to click on the link, video, or other content again to play it.


Internet Explorer


If you are unable to play Flash content in Internet Explorer, you will want to check to make sure Flash is enabled in the browser. To do so:

  1. Click on the small "gear" icon near the top right of the browser window and then click on "Manage Add-Ons". 
  2. Locate the line that says "Shockwave Flash Object" and click on it. 
  3. Near the bottom right side of the window click on "Enable". 
  4. Click on the "Close" button. 

Please note: After performing these steps, you may need to click on the link, video, or other content again to play it.


Microsoft Edge


If you are unable to play Flash content in Internet Explorer, you will want to check to make sure Flash is enabled in the browser. To do so:

  1. Click on the icon that looks like three small dots near the top right of the browser window and then click on "Settings".
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the panel that opens and click on "View advanced settings".
  3. Look for the setting that says "Use Adobe Flash Player" and slide the switch to the "On" position. 

Please note: After performing these steps, you may need to click on the link, video, or other content again to play it.


Apple Safari


By default Safari will prevent Flash content from running. If you see following graphic on any web page it means that Safari has blocked that content from running. 

Clicking on the graphic will bring up a window with "Trust" and "Cancel" buttons. Clicking on "Trust" will allow the Flash content anytime it appears on that page. 


Please note: After performing these steps, you may need to click on the link, video, or other content again to play it.