Off topic: How do I enable cookies with IE v6.0?
Thread poster: Mike Sekine
| | Mike Sekine
Local time: 08:54
English to Japanese
I came across a few webpages where I wasn\'t able to view the content, but instead received this message: \"Sorry, To use this shopping cart your browser must have cookies enabled.\"
Now, how do I do that with IE v6.0?
| Cookies are handled under privacy settings || Aug 13, 2002 |
You should go to your Tools menu, then Internet Options.
You will see a number of tabs at the top. Choose the Privacy tab. Now you will see a slider that allows you to control the level of security when you view websites. Most likely you have it on a high setting, which will block all cookies. Try sliding it down a couple of notches, and see if that makes a difference.
Then click on Apply to accept the changes.
Hope that helps!
| | Jack Doughty
Local time: 00:54
Russian to English
| Adjust Privacy level || Aug 13, 2002 |
In Internet Explorer, go to Tools, Internet Options, Privacy. If the vertical slide there is set to the top level, all cookies are excluded. Set it to a lower level (how low depends what cookies you want to admit).
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How do I enable cookies with IE v6.0?
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