How to enable Cookies
Cookies are small text files which web servers can place on your computer when you visit their website.
Cookies are typically used to help websites remember that you've logged in, or perhaps to store your personal preferences for that website.
Cookies can also be used to track your behaviour (and particularly to track your behaviour across a number of different websites). Third-party cookies are often used to do this, and a lot of web users choose to disable third party cookies to help prevent them being tracked. To find out if your browser is allowing Third-Party cookies, Visit our third-party cookies detection page.
You need to make your own decision about what kinds of Cookies you want to allow.
A lot of websites require that Cookies are enabled for their functionality to work. Here are a series of guides to help you configure your settings regarding Cookies.