Cookie Set Up

Published / Last Updated on 08/06/2017

Guidance on Cookie Settings for FinancialAdvice.net.

There can be issues on many websites when client users or guests/visitors do not have cookies enabled on their internet browser such as difficulty logging in.  For the best user experience of this website, you will need to enable 'cookies' to at least "session cookie", temporary cookie status for your internet browser.

Session Cookies

We do not leave cookies on your device, it is only a temporary, session cookie that is then removed when it expires, usually after a period of inactivity or when you close your internet browser.

We use cookies only for your security with the secure login (and then it is deleted).  We do not use cookies to track your useage or target you with advertisements or 'popups'. 

For your own security, we suggest you only need to enable ‘temporary’ cookies from sites that you visit (which should then deleted when you leave). 

Enabling Cookies

For this site you only need allow temporary cookies as they are removed when they expire or you close the browser (for security) or, like many internet users, may wish to allow “all cookies” – which so many people do automatically as they are not even aware of them.

Setting Cookie Policy Examples: for various internet browsers.

Firefox: Go to settings (usually top right in browser) > Privacy and set cookies to Accept and set when you want them to expire

Firefox cookie settigs

 

Internet Explorer (Windows)

Go to settings (usually top right in browser), privacy, advanced settings and allow session cookies, for other cookies set as you require.

Explorer Cookie

 

In Chrome (Google browser)

It is settings (usually top right in browser), privacy, content settings ….

Chrome Cookie

 

In Safari (apple/mac/ipad/iphone browser)

It is settings (usually a settings link main button), safari, privacy and security – cookies – allow as you wish for website visits ….

 Safari Cookie

 

Clear Cookies

Remember to clear/delete all cookies on your device periodically.  For your own security, there is little point having thousands of cookies still on your device for a website that you last visited 6 months ago..

 

 

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