How do you enable cookies?



6 replies to this topic
  • MOmilkman

Posted October 22, 2002 - 11:04 AM

#1

Does anyone know how I do this?
Everytime I start a new browser session here on t-talk I have to log in. :) (the old version never made you do this)

I guess this might be my problem, Im not sure.

  • Dodger

Posted October 22, 2002 - 11:26 AM

#2

Well, I thought it was under "Tools", "Internet Options", "Advanced"............but I cannot seem to find it on XP...................Crappy OS :D...................Check your privicy settings too.

See if you can find it in IE with the previous instructions.....

Dodger :) :D

  • figaro

Posted October 22, 2002 - 11:35 AM

#3

in xp it is "Tools" "internet options" then select "privacy" . Then you need to move the slider to the desired setting.
Hope this helps

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  • John_H

Posted October 22, 2002 - 01:59 PM

#4

Click "remember me on each visit" when you login. It's right under where you type in your password. That should do it for you. :) :D

  • blue_beast_wins

Posted October 22, 2002 - 08:18 PM

#5

Thats happened to me a couple of times even when i click on remember me, i dont know why it happens. :D :)

  • MOmilkman

Posted October 23, 2002 - 03:26 AM

#6

Yea, Ive tried all that stuff. Even "remember me", which it never does.

Guess Ill have to live with logging in evertime I visit. :D :) :D :D

  • YAMAKAZE

Posted October 23, 2002 - 09:20 AM

#7

To change your privacy settings

In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options.

On the Privacy tab, move the slider up for a higher level of privacy or down for a lower level of privacy.
Select this To specify this Block all cookies Cookies from all Web sites will be blocked Existing cookies on your computer cannot be read by Web sites High Cookies from all Web sites that do not have a compact policy (a condensed computer-readable privacy statement) will be blocked
Cookies from all Web sites that use your personally identifiable information without your explicit consent will be blocked

Medium High Cookies from third-party Web sites that do not have a compact policy (a condensed computer-readable privacy statement) will be blocked
Cookies from third-party Web sites that use your personally identifiable information without your explicit consent will be blocked
Cookies from first-party Web sites that use your personally identifiable information without your implicit consent will be blocked

Medium Cookies from third-party Web sites that do not have a compact policy (a condensed computer-readable privacy statement) will be blocked
Cookies from third-party Web sites that use your personally identifiable information without your implicit consent will be blocked
Cookies from first-party Web sites that use your personally identifiable information without your implicit consent will be deleted from your computer when you close Internet Explorer

Low Cookies from third-party Web sites that do not have a compact policy (a condensed computer-readable privacy statement) will be blocked
Cookies from third-party Web sites that use your personally identifiable information without your implicit consent will be deleted from your computer when you close Internet Explorer

Accept all cookies All cookies will be saved on your computer
Existing cookies on your computer can be read by the Web sites that created them


For more information about cookies or privacy policies, click Related Topics.

Notes

A first-party Web site is a Web site that you are currently viewing. A third-party Web site is a Web site other than the one you are currently viewing. Third-party Web sites usually provide some content on the Web site you are currently viewing. For example, many sites use advertising from third-party Web sites and those third-party Web sites may use cookies.
Some Web sites require cookies; therefore, if you select a setting that does not allow cookies to be saved on your computer, you might not be able to view certain Web sites.
When you change your privacy settings, the changes might not affect cookies that are already on your computer. If you want to ensure that all of the cookies on your computer meet your privacy settings, you should delete all of the existing cookies on your computer. When you return to Web sites that previously had saved cookies on your computer, the Web sites that meet your privacy settings will save cookies on your computer again. The Web sites that do not meet your privacy settings will not be allowed to save cookies on your computer, and might not function properly. Some Web sites store your member name and password or other personally identifiable information about you in a cookie; therefore, if you delete all cookies, you might need to re-enter this information the next time you visit the site.
Your privacy settings only affect Web sites in the Internet zone. For more information about zones, click Related Topics.
You can also specify custom privacy settings for all Web sites in the Internet zone or for individual Web sites. For more information, click Related Topics.
To import a file containing custom privacy settings, click Import. To import a file, it must be located on your computer. You can download files containing custom privacy settings from privacy organizations and other Web sites on the Internet.

Bonzai :)




 
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