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Java Script and cookies: How to enable for working with Clickbank?
Clickbank wants me to Enable Java Script and cookies for 3rd party websites. How do I do that please? Clickbank's own instructions are not clear.
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Hi Chancery, I think the most relevant settings are those for the Enhanced Tracking Protection feature (ETP). This article has more info on that feature: Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox for desktop.
ETP has a list of known tracking servers whose scripts it does not run. If you need a script from a known tracking server to run in a page, click the shield icon at the left end of the address bar. It should mention any Tracking Content that is being blocked and you can turn off ETP on that site by clicking the slider switch at the top.
Unless you switched over to "Custom" settings for ETP on the Options page, your cookie settings probably only block known tracking servers. That is the lowest level of blocking, other than no cookie blocking at all (choose "Custom" and uncheck the box for cookies). It's probably better to make a site exception (as mentioned in the previous section) if that works.
I should mention that if problems continue, it could be one of your add-ons, especially if you use any related to privacy, anti-tracking, or ad blocking.
Note you can create a cookie allow exception with the proper protocol (https:// or http://) for specific third-party websites. You can temporarily allow all cookies and check in the Storage Inspector for what third-party domains cookies or storage is used.
You can also check the Web Console for messages about blocked content.
- "3-bar" menu button or Tools -> Web Developer