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Old 02-07-2013, 04:56 PM
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I think this is a bad report.

How do I fix it?

~ Bonnie
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:08 PM
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I think this is a bad report.

How do I fix it?

~ Bonnie
Yes, its a bad report. What browser?
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:18 PM
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I know I've asked this many times, but I keep forgetting: How do I determine what verion of IE I'm using.

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Old 02-07-2013, 05:28 PM
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I know I've asked this many times, but I keep forgetting: How do I determine what verion of IE I'm using.

~ Bonnie
Click Help then About at the top of the browser window to see what version

Here are the settings for IE, no matter the version

For IE7 & IE8 & IE9
Go to Tools, Internet Options, General Tab, Browsing History/settings Make sure the dot is in Everytime I Visit the Webpage
Set the disk space to use to no more than 50MB...I have mine set at 15MB. I have history set to 7 days, but this is your choice.
Next go to the Privacy Tab.
Click Advanced button right there in the middle
Put a check mark in Override Automatic Cookie Handling
Put a dot in Accept 1st Party Cookies and Block 3rd Party Cookies
A check mark in Accept Session Cookies.
Ok, yourself all the way out.
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:30 PM
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I know I've asked this many times, but I keep forgetting: How do I determine what verion of IE I'm using.

~ Bonnie
Version of IE is not important, the setting is done exactly the same way no matter what version of IE.
Go to this post in this thread and look at the print screens I posted there, this will give you the correct way to set IE.

http://forum.worldstart.com/showpost...8&postcount=31
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Old 02-09-2013, 04:38 PM
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I believe I have IE8/9 cleaned up as good as possible re: Third-party session cookies —Third-party persistent cookies according to your instructions in post# 1.

However, you don't mention anything about Google Chrome. And "ALL" the Cookie status items like PAGE/CSS/SCRIPT/EMBED/IMAGE, etc...are all coming up Red.

What suggestions or instructions do you have to correct these in Chrome?

Grazie mille, Ralph
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:34 PM
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I believe I have IE8/9 cleaned up as good as possible re: Third-party session cookies —Third-party persistent cookies according to your instructions in post# 1.

However, you don't mention anything about Google Chrome. And "ALL" the Cookie status items like PAGE/CSS/SCRIPT/EMBED/IMAGE, etc...are all coming up Red.

What suggestions or instructions do you have to correct these in Chrome?

Grazie mille, Ralph
You need to start reading replies to you in the first thread where you asked the question, that would be where you would receive the answer. You have done this continually in your other two recent threads...ask the same question over and over again after it has already been answered in another reply in the original thread.

However, I answered this question from you in THIS sticky two days ago in post #37

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I didn't post anything about Chrome because I do not use it and therefore cannot tell you have to do these settings with Chrome. Perhaps a regular user of Chrome can give that information for correct, SAFE, cookie handling
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I do not use Chrome and I refuse to install a browser I will not use in order to determine how to do cookie settings so I cannot advise on how to do this.

Since this has been a sticky since November most people who are regular visitors here have read this and done the test and changed their settings if needed. This is a sticky to provide information and a link to the test.

You would be better off creating a NEW THREAD with you questions about Safe Settings for Cookies in Chrome and you might get some answers. I doubt you will receive them here.
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