JavaScript and Cookie Help Page

You must enable JavaScript and cookies to enjoy the full functionality of this site. If you would like to continue please enable JavaScript and allow cookies in your browser.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files which are stored on a user's computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data. This allows you to continue to be logged in to our site.

Why are Cookies Used?

Cookies are a convenient way to carry information from one session on a website to another, or between sessions on a related website. The also allow you to be logged in on each visit to our website.

The first time your visit our site, you may choose a username which is stored in the cookie, and then the update your profile - this information is then stored so you can access it later.

Once you have you can click HERE to return. If you just turned on JavaScript you may need to refresh this page first.

Instructions for enabling cookies for select browsers can be found below. These instructions pertain to the last versions.


Internet Explorer

To enable cookies and JavaScript in Internet Explorer browsers, use the following procedure:

  1. From theTools menu, select Internet Options. You see the Internet Options dialog that provides a number of tabs that allow you to set your browser preferences.
  2. To enable session cookies, click the Privacy tab.
  3. From the Settings section of the tab, click Advanced
  4. Locate and click the checkbox next to Always allow session cookies
  5. To enable JavaScripting, click the Security tab.
  6. Locate the Custom area of the Security tab, and click the Custom Level button.
  7. From the Security Settings dialog that opens, scroll through the options until you see Scripting.
  8. Check the radio buttons next to Enable Active Scripting and Scripting of Java applets.
  9. Click OK to accept scripting and cookie handling changes and close the Security Settings window.
  10. From the Internet Options dialog, click Apply to effect settings then OK to close the dialog.
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Chrome

To enable cookies and JavaScript in Chrome, use the following procedure:

  1. From the menu, select Settings.
  2. In the Privacy Section, click the Content settings… button.
  3. In the Cookies section click Allow local data to be set (recommended) radio button.
  4. To enable JavaScript in the JavaScript section of the same form select Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) radio button
  5. Click Done to apply changes and close the Settings page.
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Safari

To enable cookies and JavaScript in Safari browsers, use the following procedure:

  1. From the menu, select Preferences
  2. From the Preferences dialog that opens, select the Privacy option.
  3. Under the Block cookies section select the Never radio button.
  4. To enable JavaScript, select the Security option (padlock icon).
  5. Under the Web Content options, click the checkbox next to Enable JavaScript .
  6. Close the dialog box to apply changes.
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Firefox

To enable cookies and JavaScript in Firefox browsers, use the following procedure:

  1. From the Firefox menu , select the Options submenu and the Options again.
  2. From the Options dialog that opens, select the Privacy option.
  3. Click the dropdown list Firefox will: and choose Use custom settings for history.
  4. Check Accept cookies from sites and choose Always
  5. Close the dialog box to apply changes.
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iOS 7

To enable cookies and JavaScript on iOS 7 devices, use the following procedure:

  1. Tap Settings > Safari.
  2. Under Privacy & Security, view the Block Cookies setting.
  3. Select "Never" blocks cookies.
  4. Press the Settings button at the top of the view to return to the previous screen.
  5. Return to Safari and try visiting the affected page again.
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iOS 6

To enable cookies and JavaScript on iOS 6 devices, use the following procedure:

  1. Tap Settings > Safari.
  2. Under Privacy, view the Accept Cookies setting.
  3. Select "Always" allow cookies setting.
  4. Return to Safari revisit the affected webpage or website.
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