Cookie instructions

Cookies need to be enabled to browse this site as a member.

To fix this, you can do one of two things:
Change how your web browser handles cookies only for this site
Change how your web browser handles cookies in general

You may also need to do some other things:

Adjust you software firewall or ad blocking software
Delete your old cookies from your browser cache
ALLOW COOKIES FOR SIMONSCANS.COM
You can set your browser to always allow cookies form us, and
ignore them for other sites. To always allow cookies from
simonscans.com in Internet Explorer v6 (will be similar in other
browsers):
TOOLS menu
Internet options…
Privacy Tab
Sites… Button
type in exactly:
simonscans.com
click ALLOW
OK
OK
Restart your browser, and your problems should be fixed.

ALLOW COOKIES FOR ALL SITES
Enable cookies on your web browser (unlikely to be necessary).
Most web browsers come with cookies allowed as their default
setting, but sometimes people change this for various reasons. In
Internet Explorer (will be similar in other browsers), go here:
TOOLS menu
Internet options…
Privacy Tab
Advanced…
[choose your options]
We recommend you DO NOT over-ride “automatic cookie handling”,
or, if you do, set “first party cookies” to “prompt”, so it’ll ask
you if you want to allow specific cookies. You may get sick of this
pretty fast, as many, many website set cookies.

ADJUST FIREWALL
You may also need to adjust your software firewall (Norton
Firewall, or Zone Alarm) or ad blocking software. You need to
explicitly allow “simonscans.com” (exactly that, without the
quotes). As there are so many different types of these, we cannot
provide specific instructions, but you’re looking for something like
“exceptions”.

DELETE OLD COOKIES
If you still have problems, it might help to delete all cookies associated with this website.

Internet Explorer:
From the browser menu: Tools / Options / General / Temporary
Internet Files / Settings / View Files
A window will open with a lot of filenames in it. Click on ‘Name’ to list them alphabetically.
You are looking for files named:

Cookie:user@simonscans.com
Cookie:user@simonscans.com/
Cookie:user@www.simonscans.com
Cookie:user@www.simonscans.com/

where ‘user’ is the user logged in to Windows.
Right-click on each and choose delete.
Firefox:
From the browser menu: Tools / Options / Privacy / Cookies / View Cookies
A small window will open with a list including descriptions of each cookie
You are looking for files named:

simonscans.com
www.simonscans.com
with the descriptions of: user; sessiondata; pID
Do not choose those described with the letters bb, like
bblastactivity, bbuserid etc, as they are for the messageboards
Choose each cookie and click Remove Cookie