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Cookie & JavaScript Help

If you are experiencing issues such as the shopping cart not remembering the items being placed in it, item quantities not being updated, etc. please make sure that cookies are enabled and JavaScript is turned on. Our site was designed with these two web technologies in mind, and if they are not enabled, the site will not work properly.

How to Turn On Cookies:

To enable cookies, follow the instructions below for the browser version you are using. If you are using a browser that is different from the ones listed, please check the Help documents (normally available in the Help menu) on how to set cookies. Earlier browser versions may work similarly.

If you are using an older browser, we highly recommend that you upgrade it, since many speed, stability and security enhancements have been added to the newest versions which will make your internet experience much safer and better.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0

  1. Open the 'Tools' menu.
  2. Select "Internet Options" menu item.
  3. Click on the 'Privacy' tab - you can then adjust the slider to block or allow various categories of cookie. We recommend that the slider be set to Medium or Low.
  4. Alternatively by clicking 'Advanced...' you can exercise finer control over the browser's behavior, choosing whether to accept, block, or prompt for cookies originating either on the website you are visiting (first party cookies) or originating from websites other than the one you are visiting (third party cookies, typically used by banner advertisements hosted on an advertiser's website).

Internet Explorer 6 for Windows

  1. Within Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" menu and choose "Internet Options."
  2. Click the tab labeled "Privacy."
  3. Click the button labeled "Advanced."
  4. Check the option labeled "Override automatic cookie handling."
    To enable cookies:
    Set "First-party Cookies" (and "Third-party Cookies, if you wish) to "Accept."
    To receive a prompt to accept or decline cookies on a site-by-site basis:
    Set "First-party Cookies" (and "Third-party Cookies, if you wish) to "Prompt."
  5. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Internet Explorer 5 for Windows

  1. Within Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" menu and choose "Internet Options."
  2. Click the tab labeled "Security."
  3. Click the button labeled "Custom Level."
  4. Scroll down to the section labeled "Cookies."
    To enable cookies:
    Set "Allow cookie that are stored on your computer" to "Enable."
    Set "Allow per-session cookies" to "Enable."
    To receive a prompt to accept or decline cookies on a site-by-site basis:
    Set "Allow cookie that are stored on your computer" to "Prompt."
    Set "Allow per-session cookies" to "Prompt."
  5. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Internet Explorer 5 for Macintosh

  1. Within Internet Explorer, click the "Edit" menu and choose "Preferences." (In OS X, click the "Explorer" menu and choose "Preferences.")
  2. In the left-hand column, click "Cookies." It is is listed in the "Receiving Files" group.
  3. Click the button labeled "Custom Level."
    To enable cookies:
    Set option labeled "When receiving cookies:" to "Never Ask."
    To receive a prompt to accept or decline cookies on a site-by-site basis:
    Set option labeled "When receiving cookies:" to "Ask for each site."
  4. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Internet Explorer 4 for Windows

  1. Within Internet Explorer, click the "View" menu and choose "Internet Options."
  2. Click the tab labeled "Security."
  3. Select "Custom" and click "Settings."
  4. Scroll down to section labeled "Security."
    To enable cookies:
    Select "Always accept cookies."
    To receive a prompt to accept or decline cookies on a site-by-site basis:
    Select "Prompt before accepting cookies."
  5. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Firefox 7

  1. Open the 'Tools' menu.
  2. Choose the 'Options...' menu item.
  3. In the box that appears, click on the 'Privacy' tab (it has the image of a mask above it).
  4. In the section labeled 'Firefox will:' choose 'Use custom settings for history' from the dropdown box.
  5. Make sure the checkbox next to the option labeled 'Accept cookies from sites' is selected.
  6. You can also use the 'Exceptions' button to override the settings for specific websites.
  7. To exit the box, click the 'OK' button to save any changes that were made.

Firefox for Windows and Mac OS X

  1. Open Options dialog box:
    Windows
    Within Firefox, click the “Tools” menu, then click “Options.”
    Mac OS X
    Click the “Firefox” menu, then click “Preferences.”
  2. In the left-hand column, click the icon labeled “Privacy.”
  3. Click “Cookies,” then click the option labeled “Allow sites to set cookies.
  4. Click “OK” to save changes and close the dialog box.

Safari for Macintosh OS X

  1. Within Safari, click the "Safari" menu and choose "Preferences."
  2. Click the icon labeled "Security."
    To enable cookies:
    Set the option labeled "Accept Cookies" to "Always."
  3. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Opera 7 for Windows or Macintosh

  1. Within Opera, click the "File" menu and choose "Preferences."
  2. In the left-hand column, select "Privacy."
  3. Select the option labeled "Enable cookies."
  4. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Netscape Navigator 6 and Higher for Windows and Macintosh

  1. Within Netscape Navigator, click the "Edit" menu and choose "Preferences." (In OS X, click the "Netscape" menu and choose "Preferences.")
  2. In the left-hand Category column, click "Cookies." It's listed in the "Privacy and Security" group.
    To enable cookies:
    Select "Accept all cookies" or "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server."
    To receive a prompt to accept or decline cookies on a site-by-site basis:
    Check the option labeled "Warn me before storing a cookie" and select "Accept all cookies" or "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server."
  3. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

Google Chrome 11.0

  1. Open the 'Customize and control' menu (click the wrench icon).
  2. Choose the 'Options' menu item.
  3. Click the 'Under the Hood' option on the left.
  4. In the 'Privacy' section, click on the 'Content settings...' button.
  5. In the 'Cookies' section, make sure the option 'Allow local data to be set' is selected.
  6. You can also use the 'Manage Exceptions' button (if required) to set cookie usage for specific websites.
  7. To exit the Options screen, close the 'Options - Basics' tab up in the tab bar.

Google Chrome (newer versions)

  1. Open the 'Customize and control' menu (located at top right corner).
  2. Choose the 'Settings' menu item.
  3. Click 'Show advanced settings...' near the bottom.
  4. In the 'Privacy' section, click on the 'Content settings...' button.
  5. In the 'Cookies' section, make sure the option 'Allow local data to be set (recommended)' is selected, then click 'OK' button.
  6. You can also use the 'Manage Exceptions' button (if required) to set cookie usage for specific websites.
  7. To exit the Settings screen, close the tab in the tab bar.

Apple Safari 5.0

  1. Open the 'Settings' menu (click the gear icon).
  2. Choose the 'Preferences...' menu item.
  3. In the box that appears, click the 'Security' tab (it had the padlock icon above it).
  4. In the section labeled 'Accept Cookies', make sure either the 'Always' or 'Only from sites I visit' option is checked.



How to Turn On Javascript:

To enable Javascript, follow the instructions below for the browser version you are using. If you are using a browser that is different from the ones listed, please check the Help documents (normally available in the Help menu) on how to set Javascript.

If you are using an older browser, we highly recommend that you upgrade it, since many speed, stability and security enhancements have been added to the newest versions which will make your internet experience much safer and better.

Internet Explorer 8.0

  1. Select 'Tools' from the top menu.
  2. Choose 'Internet Options'.
  3. Click on the 'Security' tab.
  4. Click the button labeled 'Custom Level'.
  5. Scroll down until you see section labled 'Scripting'.
  6. For the option 'Active Scripting', select 'Enable' and click OK.

Mozilla Firefox 4

  1. Select 'Tools' from the top menu.
  2. Choose the 'Options...' menu item.
  3. Click on the 'Content' tab.
  4. Make sure the checkbox next to 'Enable JavaScript' is checked and click OK to exit.

Google Chrome 11.0

  1. Open the 'Customize and control' menu (click the wrench icon).
  2. Choose the 'Options' menu item.
  3. Click the 'Under the Hood' option on the left.
  4. In the 'Privacy' section, click on the 'Content settings...' button.
  5. In the 'Javascript' section, make sure the option 'Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended)' is selected.
  6. To exit the Options screen, close the 'Options - Basics' tab up in the tab bar.

Google Chrome (newer versions)

  1. Open the 'Customize and control' menu (located at top right corner).
  2. Choose the 'Settings' menu item.
  3. Click 'Show advanced settings...' near the bottom.
  4. In the 'Privacy' section, click on the 'Content settings...' button.
  5. In the 'Javascript' section, make sure the option 'Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended)' is selected, then click 'OK' button.
  6. To exit the Settings screen, close the tab in the tab bar.

Apple Safari 5.0

  1. Open the 'Settings' menu (click the gear icon).
  2. Choose the 'Preferences...' menu item.
  3. In the box that appears, click the 'Security' tab (it had the padlock icon above it).
  4. In the section labeled 'Web Content' make sure the checkbox next to 'Enable JavaScript' is selected.
 
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