What is a cookie? A handle, transaction ID, or other token of agreement between cooperating programs.
Typically they are used to authenticate or identify a registered user of a web site without requiring the user to sign in every time they access that site.
If you choose to click in the save your password box, your name and password will automatically be populated when the SaveYourLinks website is opened.
You can see how dangerous this can be if you are signed on at a computer at school or at work.
Anyone who goes to the SaveYourLinks website will be able to view, change, and delete your private account as well as change and delete anything in public accounts owned by the user.
The cookies will be deleted if the check box remains unchecked.
However, your browser does need to be enabled to accept cookies for the SaveYourLinks site to work. See below for more information.
If you are using Internet Explorer 4.0:
- Choose View, then
- Internet Options.
- Click the Advanced tab,
In Internet Explorer 3.0, got to View, Options, Advanced and click on the button that says Warn Before Accepting “Cookies.”
Cookie choices in your Netscape browser
Beginning with version 4.0, Netscape Navigator began giving users the power to control cookies.
In version 4.0 and higher, you can activate your “Cookie Alert” by pulling down the Edit menu and clicking Preferences. Click Advanced Settings at the bottom of the dialog box, and choose from the following:
- Accept all cookies.
- Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server.
- Disable cookies.
Another option is for Navigator to warn you before accepting a cookie. Every time there is an incoming cookie, a dialog box will ask if you want to accept it.
Navigating through the SaveYourLinks.com web site is simple: after you log on you will notice that a list of links will appear on the left side of your web page.
At any time you can click on one of those links to take you to that section of the webpage.
There are also links on the bottom of each web page which give you more information about WizData Systems, as well as other legal documents.
To view all Public Accounts (those created by you and all the other users), click on the Browse Public Accounts link on the left side of the screen.
To access another account you created, simply click on the Account’s name on the left side of the screen and you will be transferred to the other account.
Above your list of links and folders you are shown which folder/sub-folder you are currently viewing.
You have the ability to jump up to the Home folder or any other “parent” folder of the folder you are viewing.
To do this, just click on the folder name and you will “jump” to that folder.