to Clear Cache and Cookies
In Your Browser (Firefox
a cookie maker from Philly's own Whipped Bakeshop, created these
tasty looking Apple logo cookies. They're "vanilla sugar
cookie with almond royal icing. Made with a handmade custom cutter."
Simple and sweet.
I hear these cookies not only look nice, but are very user friendly.
Unlike her Window's Vista cookies, which tend to freeze and lock
up in your mouth for no reason at all.
your cookies Safari
While deleting your browser's cookies might fix the problem,
it will also likely remove your saved settings for sites you've
1. In Safari, click the Edit menu.
2. Click Preferences.
3. Click Security.
4. Click Show Cookies.
5. Click Remove All.
6. Click Done.
7. Close the "Preferences" dialog box.
your cache Safari
1. Click the Safari menu.
2. Select Empty Cache.
3. Click Empty.
your cookies Firefox
While deleting your
browser's cookies might fix the problem, it will also likely
remove your saved settings for sites you've visited
1. Click the Firefox menu.
2. Click Preferences.
3. Click Privacy.
4. In the "Cookies" section, click Show Cookies.
5. In the Cookies dialog box, click Remove All Cookies.
6. Click OK to close the Cookies dialog box.
7. Click OK to close the Preferences window.
your cache Firefox
1. Click the Firefox
2. Select Preferences.
3. Select Advanced.
4. Click the Network tab.
5. In the "Offline Storage" section, click Clear
6. Click OK
Caches come in many types, but they all work the same way: they
store information where you can get to it fast. A Web browser
cache stores the pages, graphics, sounds, and URLs of online
places you visit on your hard drive; that way, when you go back
to the page, everything doesn't have to be loaded all over again.
Since disk access is much faster than Internet access, this speeds
A cookie is a small data file that certain Web sites write to
your hard drive when you visit them. A cookie file can contain
information such including a user ID that the site uses to track
the pages you've visited. But the only personal information a
cookie can contain is information you supply yourself. A cookie
can't read data off your hard disk or read cookie files created
by other sites.
This is a technical explanation
of those of you who want technical. What
you need to know about cookies: http://www.webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/Internet/2007/all_about_cookies.asp