If you have recently seen Cookie errors while trying to login to the WineAndHospityalityJobs.com website. The reason you are getting a Cookie problem is that there is something wrong with the way your browser is keeping your login information. When it does this, it starts reporting that their is a problem, and it will occur over and over until you finally close out of the browser and start again, or reset the browser settings. (In rare instances, a reinstall of the browser is needed).

Below is a list of browser versions with several things that you can check. If after reviewing each of these points, you find that you are still getting this error, please don’t hesitate to let us know, along with the direct path / links you took that brought you to the errors. Once we have this information, we will work to pinpoint the problem so that it may be corrected.

If you use AOL, gain access to the Internet, logon to AOL like you normally do, minimize AOL, open Internet Explorer by clicking on the desktop “E” icon, and follow the below steps to reset the website cookies.

IE 6.0

Most of the cookie code issues have been resolved by following the first 12 steps listed below.

Review a specific website that is not allowing cookies:
01. Click on Tools from the menu at the top of the browser.
02. Choose Internet Options.
03. On the General Tab
a. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
‘Delete Cookies’ button / select “Ok”
b. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
‘Delete Files’ button / select “Ok”
c. Click “Ok”
04. Go back to the login page where you received the error.
05. Look at the bottom right of the screen to find an image of the world
and the word “Internet”, along with 3 boxes to the left of this. One of the
boxes will contain an
icon of an eye and a red circle with a minus sign inside. This icon
indicates that the settings will not allow cookies (login information) to be
placed on your computer. These settings need to be changed so that you are
able to login without getting a ‘Cookie’ code error.
06. Double click the red circle icon. This will bring up the Privacy
Report as well as the websites that are currently being blocked.
07. Double click on the site that you are trying to access to get further
details about the cookie settings.
08. At the bottom of the window, you have 3 radio buttons. The default
radio button selected is “Compare cookies Privacy Policy to my settings.”
Select the radio button to be “Always allow this site to use cookies.”
09. Click “OK”.
10. Click “Close”.
11. Exit / Reopen the browser.
12. Login again to see if you still receive the cookie problem. If you
do, proceed to the next steps.

Review all websites settings that are not allowing cookies:
01. Click on Tools from the menu at the top of the browser.
02. Choose Internet Options.
03. On the General Tab
a. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
‘Delete Cookies’ button / select “Ok”
b. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
‘Delete Files’ button / select “Ok”
c. Click “Ok”
04. Click on “View” from the menu at the top of the browser.
05. Choose Privacy Report.
06. Double click on each URL / Website address that you are trying to
access. This will pull up the Privacy Report.
07. Ensure the radio button “Always allow this site to use cookies” is
selected.
08. Click “OK”.
09. Repeat these steps for each URL / Website you are trying to
access.
10. Click “Close”.
11. Exit / Reopen the browser
12. Login again to see if you still receive the cookie problem. If
you do, proceed to the next steps.

Review and update the browser default privacy settings and Cache:
01. Click on Tools from the menu at the top of the browser.
02. Choose Internet Options.
03. On the General Tab
a. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
‘Delete Cookies’ button / select “Ok”
b. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
‘Delete Files’ button / select “Ok”
c. Click “Ok”
04. Click on Tools from the menu at the top of the browser.
05. Choose Internet Options.
06. Select the Privacy tab.
a. Set the Privacy setting to Medium High or Medium.
b. Click Apply
07. Click on the General Tab
a. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
Delete Cookies button
b. Under the section: Temporary Internet Files ~ Click on the
Delete Files button
c. Click “OK”.
08. Click “Close”.
09. Exit / Reopen the browser

Again, if you find after doing all of these steps that you are still receiving a problem, please copy the entire error message and forward it to margie@otlconsulting.com

Thank you!