No Hit Cookie is Not Working?
If your counter "No Hit Cookie"
decides not to work or will not work this usually means that
either your browser is not accepting cookies and/or there
is a Firewall issue in place, the No Hit Cookie is relentless
"because it was made that way" and should without a problem
become resident on your machine if you request it!!
In the case of a browser problem:
The following was very
kindly submitted by one of my users:
my admin cookie has stopped working!!
your site states its there but going to pages admin does not
come up now on windows XP pro and iexpl6 have stopped cookies
emptied IEXPL of temp and cookies, still no joy!!
got it working by adding your site to the trusted sites un
ticking https security section of IEX6
information for you!!
Note for XP users on your site?
New help Section
In most cases the No Hit Cookie will work but as the security
issues of the Internet are resolved programs will become increasingly
more reluctant to allow access from external sources, the
above is an example with Microsoft's XP, most browsers are
similar and in the future will cover most browsers here in
this FAQ , for now check your browser is not restricting access
to your computer where the No Hit Cookie is concerned.
In the case of a Firewall:
You will need to check your personal Firewall settings, also
some ISP's restrict any kind of access including cookies,
and this is an issue that can usually only be resolved by
changing your ISP in the most extreme circumstances...
If you have a problem and manage
to resolve it yourself please share it with all of us so that
other users can benefit from your knowledge in that area,
like Roy's example above will also be included in the FAQ;
and as the FAQ advances "as well as the program itself" new
areas will be included specific to a particular problem and
remedy this helps everyone and commend Roy on his vision and
input to this area!!