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A cookie is a block of text that a Web site sends to your Internet browser (such as Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator). To turn on the cookie feature in your Internet browser, we suggest you follow the steps in your browser's help section, options or preferences selections now.

 


Please choose your browser:
  1. Activating Cookies in Internet Explorer 5.0
  2. Activate your Cookies for Netscape Communicator 4
  3. Activate your Cookies for Internet Explorer 6.0
  4. Activate your Cookies for Netscape 6.0 to 6.2
  5. Activate your Cookies for Netscape 6.2.1 and higher (including Netscape 7.0)


Activating Cookies in Internet Explorer 5.0 Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options." Select the "Security" tab. In the "Security" section select the button that says "Custom Level. Once you select this button, you'll be in the "Security Setting" section. Scroll down to the "Cookies" section. To enable cookies, you may select "Always accept cookies" or "Prompt before accepting cookies." Click OK. For any additional support related to your IE Browser you can visit: http://support.microsoft.com/

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Activating Cookies in Netscape Communicator 4 Go to the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences." Click Advanced (from the vertical list on the left hand side) Click to select "Accept all cookies" or "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server." If there is a check in the box next to "Warn me before storing a cookie", remove it to prevent being prompted every time a cookie needs to be written. Click OK. For any additional support related to your Netscape Browser you can visit: http://help.netscape.com

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Activating Cookies in Internet Explorer 6.0 Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options." Select the "Privacy" tab. The "Privacy" settings slider has six settings: Block All Cookies , High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept All Cookies. You may select any setting other than Block All Cookies Click OK. For any additional support related to your IE Browser you can visit: http://support.microsoft.com/

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Activating Cookies in Netscape 6.0 to 6.2 Go to the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences." Expand the "Advanced" menu and click on "Cookies." Click to select "Enable all cookies" or "Enable cookies for the originating web site only." If there is a check in the box next to "Warn me before storing a cookie", remove it to prevent being prompted every time a cookie needs to be written. Click OK. Want more control over which sites get cookies? You can control the who, why and when Web sites attempt to give you cookies by choosing "Warn me before accepting a cookie." This feature will send you a message asking for your acceptance or disapproval when a Web site tries to send a cookie to your browser. When this message appears, you can simply say "yes" or "no" to accept or decline the Web site's cookie. But remember, you must accept OUR cookie to sign up and add get access to members section. For any additional support related to your Netscape Browser you can visit: http://help.netscape.com

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Activating Cookies in Netscape 6.2.1 and higher (Including Netscape 7.0) Go to the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences." Expand the "Privacy & Security" menu and click on "Cookies." Click to select "Enable all cookies" or "Enable cookies for the originating web site only." If there is a check in the box next to "Warn me before storing a cookie", remove it to prevent being prompted every time a cookie needs to be written. Click OK. Want more control over which sites get cookies? You can control the who, why and when Web sites attempt to give you cookies by choosing "Warn me before accepting a cookie." This feature will send you a message asking for your acceptance or disapproval when a Web site tries to send a cookie to your browser. When this message appears, you can simply say "yes" or "no" to accept or decline the Web site's cookie. But remember, you must accept OUR cookie to sign up and get access to our members section. For any additional support related to your Netscape Browser you can visit: http://help.netscape.com

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