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I accidentally disenabled the cookie consent for a website. Now I can't get into the website. Please help with advice

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I accidentally disenabled the cookie consent for a website. Now I can't get into the website. Please help with advice

I accidentally disenabled the cookie consent for a website. Now I can't get into the website. Please help with advice

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Hi! You can remove the site data from the Settings page. Find the Cookies and Site Data section under Privacy & Security, then click Manage Data. There you can find the website by its name, and remove its site data. This should solve your issue.

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Unfortunately this didn't help!

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Then can you share with is what site is this? Then I might be able to reproduce it.

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Approved Food in UK

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If you meant this site: approvedfood (dot) co (dot) uk, then that throws HTTP 403 Forbidden for me, so most likely it's an issue on their end, not caused by anything you did.

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Firefox normally shows a special icon at the left end of the location bar if you made changes to the permissions for this origin (protocol and hostname). You can click this icon to see what permissions this is about.

You can check "Tools -> Page Info -> Permissions" to see what the cookie setting is for this tab.

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If you use content blocking extensions then check its settings and possibly click its icon on the Navigation Toolbar.

If you use extensions ("3-bar" menu button or Tools -> Add-ons -> Extensions) that can block content (Adblock Plus, NoScript, DuckDuckGo PE, Disconnect, Ghostery, Privacy Badger, uBlock Origin) always make sure such extensions do not block content.