Chrome Flash Guide


Step 1

Find and click on the Green Padlock icon in the Address Bar.

Chrome Guide Step 1

Step 2

In the drop out menu that opens, look for an entry labled Flash.

Chrome Guide Step 2

Step 3

If you see it, clock on the "drop down" to the right, and select "Always allow on this site."
This value may be different on your computer / version on Chrome, the important key word is Allow.

If you found Flash in the "pull down" please skip to step 7, if not continue to step 4..

Chrome Guide Step 3

Step 4

If you did not see flash in the "drop out," find and click on Site Settings, this will open and bring you to a new tab / page.

Chrome Guide Step 4

Step 5

In the new tab / page, find the entry for Flash about half way through the list.
Find the "drop down" to the right of it, click on it and set it to "Allow"
This value may be different on your computer / version on Chrome, the important key word is Allow.

Chrome Guide Step 5

Step 6

Once you have Flash set to Allow close the setting tab by clicking the X.

Chrome Guide Step 6

Step 7

You should be automatically taken back to the The Livestock Link, once there, press the Reload / Refresh button so that the new Flash settings are used.

Chrome Guide Step 7

Edge Flash Guide


Enable Flash on Edge

Use the following steps to allow Flash content in Microsoft Edge:

  1. On your computer, open Microsoft Edge.

  2. On the top right-hand corner, click the icon.

  3. Click Settings near the bottom of the menu that appears

  4. Click View advanced settings under the Advanced Settings header

  5. Toggle Use Adobe Flash Player to On


Allow Flash content for a website

  1. In Microsoft Edge navigate to the website that is missing Flash content

  2. On the top right-hand side of the address bar you may notice icon

  3. Click icon which will display a flyout Adobe Flash content was blocked

  4. Click Allow once or Always allow to allow Flash content to run on that page for just one time or forever respectively

Internet Explorer 10 Flash Guide


Enable Flash in Internet Explorer 10

  1. Click the Tools menu, in the upper-right corner of Internet Explorer.

    Click the Tools menu screen shot
  2. From the Tools menu, choose Manage add-ons.

    Manage add-ons
  3. Select Shockwave Flash Object from the list.

    Select Shockwave Flash Object
  4. Click Enable, and then click Close.

    Click Enable

Disable ActiveX Filtering - Internet Explorer 10

  1. Click the Tools menu and choose Safety > ActiveX Filtering.

    Choose Safety, ActiveX Filtering
  2. Close the browser and open it. Then, try to view the content.


Safari Flash Guide


Check Safari version on your Mac

Before you start, check the version of Safari running on your Mac. To display the version number, choose Safari > About Safari.

For Mac OS X 10.11, macOS 10.12, and later

  1. Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences.

    Setting Safari preferences
  2. Click the Websites tab and scroll down to the Plug-ins section. Locate the Adobe Flash Player entry.

    Locating the Adobe Flash Player entry
  3. Click the check box to enable Flash Player.

    Enabling Flash Player
  4. Select a setting to use for Flash Player when you visit other websites.

    Selecting an option of your choice
  5. You can configure Flash for individual websites (domains). Select TheLivestockLink.com website listed in this window, and choose On.

    Allowing websites to use the plug-in
  6. Exit Preferences after you finish configuring Flash Player.

For Mac OS X 10.10

  1. Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences.

    Setting Safari preferences
    Note:
    If you are viewing Safari in full-screen mode, mouse over the top of the browser screen to see the menu.
  2. Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected. Click Plug-in Settings.

    Safari 10.0 Security settings
  3. Select Adobe Flash Player.

    Adobe Flash Player Settings

    From the When visiting other websites menu, choose On, and then click Done.

    Setting on and off
  4. Find TheLivestockLink.com entry and, choose On.

    Choose ON
  5. Click Done to save changes.

For Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.9

  1. Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences.

    Note:
    If you are viewing Safari in full-screen mode, mouse over the top of the browser screen to see the menu.
  2. Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected. Click Manage Website Settings.

    Security settings
  3. Select Adobe Flash Player.

    From the When visiting other websites menu, choose Allow.

    Choose Adobe Flash Player
  4. Click Done to save changes.

For Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7

  1. Choose Safari > Preferences.

    Choose Safari > Preferences
    Notes:
    If you are viewing Safari in full-screen mode, mouse over the top of the browser screen to see the menu.
  2. In the Security tab, make sure that Allow Java and Allow All Other Plug-ins are enabled.

    Security settings
  3. Close the Preferences window.


Firefox Flash Guide


Here’s how to set Flash to run on demand:

  1. Click the menu button menu and choose ddons-icon Add-ons. The Add-ons Manager tab will open.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager tab, select the Plugins panel.
  3. Look for Shockwave Flash on your list. Set it to Ask to Activate.
  4. Flash-Ask-to-Activate

    The next time you visit a website that requires Flash, click on the Activate Adobe Flash prompt to allow the plugin, if needed*:

    Click to Activate

iPhone / iPad Flash Guide


Unfortunately Flash does not work in the iOs default browser.

The only work around for this is to install a browser that enables it, one option is Puffin.

Puffin

Puffin is free to use.



Chrome

Puffin - iOS/iPhone

Puffin - Android

We recommend these browsers for use with our site.

If you have any issues with Flash Video in Chrome, Click Here for a quick guide.