CC wowes!

  • Thread starter Chris Leeds, MVP-FrontPage
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Chris Schatte

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Ernest D Cook \(663274\)

Wacking out all history and cookies seems like using a sledge hammer to hang
a picture; it CAN work but at what cost? Any chance of MSFT posting a
leaner solution so we all don't have to lose our cookies over this ;)

Ernest

Chris Leeds said:
found the solution!
Here's an article that may help others suffering the same problem:
http://nedp.net/support/articles/Video/SBA-CC-Probs/index.asp

HTH

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Chris Leeds,
Microsoft MVP-FrontPage

If you make web sites for other people, you should check out ContentSeed:
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Lyle

No problem for me because I don't keep any historical files or cookies
on my computer. They are all cleared at least daily. It just means
that I have to use the grey computer between my ears to actually
remember passwords and the like and the browser has to actually access
a given site, when I visit, to actually download the page files.

I admit, I do have a fundamental problem with everyone being able to
place files on my computer so that they can track where i've been and
who I am. And while I'm at it, why do sites place cookies with
expiries ten to thirty years in the future? Do they really think that
I'll still have this workstation in ten or more years?

Lyle

Wacking out all history and cookies seems like using a sledge hammer to hang
a picture; it CAN work but at what cost? Any chance of MSFT posting a
leaner solution so we all don't have to lose our cookies over this ;)

Ernest
 
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Chris Schatte

Actually just deleting files and offline content works for us.
 
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Chris Leeds, MVP-FrontPage

I'm going to try that next time and if it works that way for me I'll update
the video.
FWIW it's pretty bogus to have to kill the cookies because the other
interface I can use to look at my CC transactions (long before they hit my
bank account) I think it's called "my merchant view" _requires_ a stinking
cookie or it gives you a two step log in with five form fields in total. :-(

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Chris Leeds,
Microsoft MVP-FrontPage

If you make web sites for other people, you should check out ContentSeed:
http://contentseed.com/
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