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How do you enable third-party cookies?

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Third-party cookies are enabled in the settings of a Web browser. The process for each browser is slightly different, but it is an easy setting to change and does not require specific technical knowledge.

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Enabling third-party cookies varies depending on the Web browser being used.

  • Google Chrome
  • To change the settings for third party cookies in the Google Chrome browser, click on the Chrome menu button. It is shaped like three horizontal lines and is in the top right corner of the screen. Go to Settings, then Show Advanced Settings. Select Allow Local Data To Be Set, and ensure the Block Third Party Cookies And Site Data checkbox is not checked.

  • Internet Explorer
  • To change the settings for third party cookies in Internet Explorer go to the Tools menu and click on Internet Options. Click on the Privacy tab and select Accept All Cookies. Click OK.
  • Firefox
  • To change the settings for third party cookies in the Firefox browser go to Tools and then Options. Click on Privacy and then tick the checkbox labeled Accept Third Party Cookies. Click OK.

  • Safari
  • To change the settings for third party cookies in the Safari browser go to the Safari drop down menu and choose Preferences. Click on Privacy and then look for the heading Block Cookies. Change the selection to Never.

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