Frequently Asked Questions about Cookies
What is a cookie?
According to Netscape, cookies are a "general mechanism which server side connections can use to both store and retrieve information on the client side of the connection." In plain English, cookies are small bits of information stored on your computer by some Web sites when you view them in your browser. These data files may contain information the site can use to track such things as passwords, lists of pages you’ve visited on their site, and when you last looked at a certain page.
Can I stop the cookies from being set?
As explained above, the registration and subscription process requires that you accept the cookie from the Literary Market Place Online site in order to confirm your user name and password. Detailed information for certain records is a subscription benefit. If your browser is set to notify you when cookies are being exchanged, you may experience several notifications during your visit. You may want to disable the notification. See Enable Cookie Setting below for more information.
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Enable Cookie Setting
Here are basic instructions for turning cookie support on in the major browsers. For all other browsers please consult your documentation or online help files. If you do not know your browser version, click on help and then click the About... option.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher
Select Tools -> Internet Options and click on the "Security" tab. The default selection, "Medium", supports cookies, but you can click on the "Custom Level" button to check. Scroll down until you see the word "Cookies" and verify that the radio button next to "Enable" is selected in both options.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0
On the PC select View -> Internet Options and click on the "Advanced" tab. Scroll down until you see the word "Cookies" and verify that the radio button next to "Always accept cookies" is selected.
On the Macintosh, select Edit -> Preferences and scroll down until you see "Cookies" under Receiving Files. Make sure that "Never Ask" is selected.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0
Choose View -> Options and click on the "Advanced" tab. Make sure that "Warn before accepting a cookie" is unchecked.
Netscape Communicator 4.0
Choose Edit -> Preferences and click on the "Advanced" option. Select the radio button next to "Accept all cookies" and click "OK".
Netscape Navigator 3.0
Open "Network Preferences" under Options. Next click on the "Protocols" tab and ensure that the box next to "Accepting A Cookie" is unchecked.
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