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How do I clear the cache in Internet Explorer

How do I  clear the  cache in Internet Explorer

To clear your cache

If you are using any version of Microsoft Internet Explorer 7:

  • from your browser menu select: Tools
  • from the drop-down menu select: Internet Options
  • on the “General” tab (the 1st one at the top) look for the “Browsing History” section near the middle of the window, and click on the “Delete” button.
  • In the new dialogue box, click “Delete Files” in the Temporary Internet Files section, and then click “Yes”.
  • Click the “Close” button and then click the “OK” button.

If you are using any version of Microsoft Internet Explorer 8:

  • from your browser menu select: Tools
  • from the drop-down menu select: Internet Options
  • on the “General” tab (the 1st one at the top) look for the “Browsing History” section near the middle of the window, and click on the “Delete” button.
  • In the new dialogue box, de-select the checkbox for “Preserve Favorites website data”, select the checkbox for “Temporary Internet Files”, and then click “Delete“.

If you are using Firefox 1.5 to 3:

  • Click “Tools” and select “Options” on the Firefox menu bar.
  • Click the “Privacy Icon” on the Option menu bar to open the Privacy Properties.
  • Click “Clear” across from the Cache/Private Data option.
  • Click “Ok” to return to the browser main page.
  • Exit and re-launch the browser.

If you are using Firefox 3.5 +:

  • Click “Tools” and select “Clear Recent History” on the Firefox menu bar.
  • In the new dialogue box, select “Everything” in the drop-down menu next to “Time range to clear”.
  • Click “Details” and select “Cache”.
  • Select “Clear Now”.

For users of other browsers, please refer to your browser’s documentation on memory/disk caching.

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How do I enable cookies on Internet Explorer 7 and 8?

How do I enable cookies on Internet Explorer 7 and 8?

To use Online Banking, change your browser settings to accept cookies. Following are the detailed instructions about changing your settings on your browser:

  • Internet Explorer 7 and 8 settings
      1. click on “Tools” on the menu bar
      2. select “Internet Options”
      3. click on “Privacy” (third tab at the top)
      4. adjust the slider on the bar to the desired level. If you click on “Advanced”, you can customize the chosen level.
      5. click “OK”
  • Firefox settings
      1. Click “Tools” and select Options on the Firefox menu bar.
      2. Click the “Privacy” Icon on the option menu bar, to open the Privacy Properties.
      3. Click on the PLUS sign in front of the Cookies option to extend the menu.
      4. Add a check mark to the box in front of Allow sites to set cookies option.
      5. Remove the checkmark from the for the originating web site only option.
      6. Click the down arrow to expand the drop down menu after the Keep Cookies field and select “until they expire”.
        Note: If this option is already checked, close the window to accept the Cookies settings.
      7. Click “Ok” to return to the browser main page.
      8. Exit and re-launch the browser.
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Why do I receive a security alert telling me that the site certificate has expired or is not yet valid?

Why do I receive a security alert telling me that the site certificate has expired or is not yet valid?

Solution:
For Windows:

  1. Double click the time display in the bottom right corner of the system tray, or right click on the time and select ‘Adjust Date/Time’.
  2. Ensure the date and time is current. If necessary adjust the date and time accordingly and then close the window.

For Apple:

  1. Open System Preferences.
  2. Select Date and Time
  3. Adjust the date and time accordingly and then close the window.
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How to Disable Display Only Webpage Content Delivered Securely Security Warning In IE

How to Disable Display Only Webpage Content Delivered Securely Security Warning In IE

When surfing the Internet and browsing web pages with Internet Explorer (IE) web browser such as IE8, the browser will pop up dialog box to prompt a security warning as below:

Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?

This webpage contains content that will not delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage.

User is giving three buttons or options to choose – “More Info” to open a help window explaining what’s the secure connections and mixed content, “Yes” which blocks off non-secure (HTTP) content on the web page, and “No” which displays mixed content or elements delivered through both secure (HTTPS/SSL) and non-secure (HTTP) web server connections.

Mixed content situation can happen on HTTPS secure websites such as online stores or financial sites that display images, banners, or scripts that are coming from a server that is not secured. IE has defaulted to prompt user for next course of action when encounter mixed content as displaying mixed content carries risk that non-secure web page or script will be able to access information from the secure content.

Having to click “No” (or “Yes” to block non-secure content) button for every visit to website with mixed content can be troublesome and annoying. Besides, it’s possible user accidentally click “Yes”, which prevents some insecure elements from loading and displaying. For user who confident that he or she does not visit possibly malicious site, it’s possible to instruct IE to display mixed content automatically, instead of asking for input.

How to Disable and Turn Off Do You Want To View Only the Webpage Content that Was Delivered Securely Security Warning

  • Launch Internet Explorer.
  • Click on Tools -> Internet Options.
  • Go to Security tab.
  • Select Internet zone (default selection).
  • Click on Custom level… button under “Security level for this zone” section.
  • Under “Miscellaneous” branch, for Display mixed content parameter, select the radio button of Enabled.

 

Tip: Select “Disabled” to always stop loading on unsecured components in secure web page.

Click OK when done, and click Yes when prompted are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone.

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Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?

Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?

Disable Display Only Webpage Content Delivered Securely Security Warning In IE
When surfing the Internet and browsing web pages with Internet Explorer (IE) web browser such as IE8, the browser will pop up dialog box to prompt a security warning as below:

Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?

This webpage contains content that will not delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage.

User is giving three buttons or options to choose – “More Info” to open a help window explaining what’s the secure connections and mixed content, “Yes” which blocks off non-secure (HTTP) content on the web page, and “No” which displays mixed content or elements delivered through both secure (HTTPS/SSL) and non-secure (HTTP) web server connections.

Mixed content situation can happen on HTTPS secure websites such as online stores or financial sites that display images, banners, or scripts that are coming from a server that is not secured. IE has defaulted to prompt user for next course of action when encounter mixed content as displaying mixed content carries risk that non-secure web page or script will be able to access information from the secure content.

Having to click “No” (or “Yes” to block non-secure content) button for every visit to website with mixed content can be troublesome and annoying. Besides, it’s possible user accidentally click “Yes”, which prevents some insecure elements from loading and displaying. For user who confident that he or she does not visit possibly malicious site, it’s possible to instruct IE to display mixed content automatically, instead of asking for input.

How to Disable and Turn Off Do You Want To View Only the Webpage Content that Was Delivered Securely Security Warning

  • Launch Internet Explorer.
  • Click on Tools -> Internet Options.
  • Go to Security tab.
  • Select Internet zone (default selection).
  • Click on Custom level… button under “Security level for this zone” section.
  • Under “Miscellaneous” branch, for Display mixed content parameter, select the radio button of Enabled.

Tip: Select “Disabled” to always stop loading on unsecured components in secure web page.

  • Click OK when done, and click Yes when prompted are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone.
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