Step-by-Steps - ePERs
Having trouble accessing the ePERS form?
If the ePERS form doesn't open after clicking the link, follow these steps. If these steps do not work--after attempting them in alternate web browsers--then contact campus IT/desktop support office to determine if, for example, the web browser is out of date and needs to be updated.
To permanently change your pop-up settings for this application, you can define www.cu.edu as a safe site in your browser settings. Here are methods for doing that in various internet browsers:
- Internet Explorer (v8), by default, will show you that it blocked a pop-up , and will give you the option to "Temporarily Allow Pop-ups" (not recommended) or "Always Allow Pop-ups from This Site" (recommended). You can also use the menu Tools>Internet Options>Security>Trusted Sites. Then click the Sites button and add www.cu.edu.
- Firefox (v12.0), by default, will show you that it blocked a pop-up , and will give you the option to "Allow pop-ups for siteurl" (recommended).
- Google Chrome (v19.0.1084.56 m), by default, will show you that it blocked a pop-up , and will give you the option to "Always allow pop-ups from siteurl" (recommended).
- Safari (v5.1.5 for Windows), when pop-up blocking is enabled, does not inform you that a pop-up was blocked. There is no "safe" or "exceptions" list in Safari (there is a plugin available called "PithHelmet", which extends the site preferences and ad blocking of Safari, but it only works with pre-5.1 versions of Safari). The only option for Safari is to disable pop-up blocking. This can be done by pressing Ctrl+Shift+K (on windows) or Command+K (on Apple) to toggle pop-up blocking on or off, or by clicking the "gear" icon, and disabling "Block Pop-up Windows" from the drop-down menu. This can also be done from Safari's Preferences window, under Security, by unchecking "Block pop-up windows".