How do I enable cookies on Safari

How do I activate cookies in my browser?

The shopping cart of the publication ordering system on uses a so-called cookie. This is a small file that stores information for the shopping cart. The file is automatically deleted when you close your browser. Here we show you how to activate cookies.

Note: Your browser normally allows cookies. The following settings are only necessary if you or e.g. B. was blocked by a security program.

Internet Explorer

  1. Click on the "Tools" symbol / menu and select the "Internet Options" entry.
  2. Click on the "Privacy" tab: Here you can see your cookie settings. "Medium" is selected by default. This means that your browser accepts cookies.
  3. You can change this setting by moving the slider. If your setting is set to "User-defined", click on the button

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Select the menu command "Settings / Settings" (or "Tools / Settings").
  2. Select the "Data Protection" tab.
  3. In the selection list "Firefox will have a history:" select the option "Create according to user-defined settings".
  4. Activate the options "Accept cookies" and "Accept third-party cookies".
  5. click on


  1. Click the Settings icon in the upper right corner and select the Options command.
  2. Select "Details".
  3. click on
  4. Select the option "Allow local data to be saved (recommended)"
  5. If necessary, remove the checkmarks for "Block the setting of third-party cookies" and for "Delete cookies and other website and plug-in data when you close the browser".
  6. click on
  7. Close the "Options - Details" tab.


  1. Click the Safari Preferences icon in the upper right corner and select the Preferences command.
  2. In the settings window, select the "Data protection" tab.
  3. Activate the option "Block cookies: Never".
  4. Close the settings window.


  1. Select the menu command "Settings / Settings" (or "Tools / Settings").
  2. Click on the "Advanced" tab and select "Cookies" there.
  3. Activate the option "Accept cookies".
  4. click on