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What's with Firefox?

Posted by joann_fla (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 3, 12 at 19:55

I just started using firefox and I can't stay signed in anywhere!
I check the box and I still have to sign in every time. Is this the norm? If that's the case I'll got back to IE

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RE: What's with Firefox?

go into your Tools up top then go to the clear history click that in the box that opens check to clear cookies, cache, all that stuff then up at the top where it says time period click the drop down box and select everything OK and then close firefox reopen and try again.

Here at GW it will hold better for some strange reason if you do the log in on the main GW page to get there way up top where it says ivillage Garden Web click on that and log in there.

RE: What's with Firefox?

When I went to tool, the delete history was blurred out so it was not useable. This is very frustrating! IE is a pain also and Google chrome doesn't have all my bookmarks

RE: What's with Firefox?

try control shift delete combo

if not go to tools options then privacy tab way down at the bottom check mark clear history when firefox closes that will allow you to click the settings option to the right in there check the things to clear then shut down firefox so it will clear them restart firefox and if you do not want it to clear history when firefox closes go back in and uncheck that item.

If you were to install xmarks on your various browsers you could sync your bookmarks and have them all on each of the browsers. I simply can not live with out xmarks. Plus should you ever be using any other pc you just go to the page online that is created for you and you have access to all your bookmarks from any pc. So awesome.
Xmarks : Bookmark Sync and Search

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