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Enabling Cookies in Netscape

Follow the steps below to enable the cookies needed for personalization of timeanddate.com

Netscape 7.x

  1. Click on the Edit-menu in Netscape.
  2. Click on the Preferences... item in the menu - a new window opens.
  3. Expand the Privacy & Security selection in the left part of the window (See first image below).
  4. Click on the Cookies selection.
  5. Under Cookie Acceptance Policy - either check the Enable all cookies checkbox or Allow cookies based on policy settings.
  6. If Allow cookies based on policy settings is selected, click on View and ensure that the level is at low or medium (See second image below).
  7. Save changes by clicking Ok and go to one of the configuration pages again.

Netscape configuration dialog

Netscape configuration dialog

Netscape 6.x

  1. Click on the Edit-menu in Netscape.
  2. Click on the Preferences... item in the menu - a new window opens.
  3. Expand the Advanced selection in the left part of the window.
  4. Click on the Cookies selection.
  5. Check the Enable all cookies setting.
  6. Save changes by clicking Ok and go to one of the configuration pages again.

Netscape 4.x

First of all - please consider upgrading to a newer browser - Netscape 4 has significant shortcomings.
  1. Click on the Edit-menu in Netscape.
  2. Click on the Preferences... item in the menu - a new window opens.
  3. Click on the Advanced selection in the left part of the window.
  4. Click on the Cookies selection.
  5. In the lower part of the screen, Accept all cookies should be checked.
  6. Save changes by clicking Ok and go to one of the configuration pages again.

In This Article

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Cookies

  1. Troubleshoot Cookies
  2. Enabling Cookies in Internet Explorer
  3. Enabling Cookies in Mozilla/Firefox
  4. Enabling Cookies in Chrome
  5. Enabling Cookies in Safari
  6. Enabling Cookies in Opera
  7. Enabling Cookies in Netscape
  8. Enabling Cookies in Safari, Lynx, and More
  9. What Cookies We Use, and Why

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