How to allow third party cookies in Mozilla Firefox?
Cookies are small files created by websites users visit. By saving them, they make browsing the web more efficient. Cookies allow websites to keep users logged in, remember their preferences, and provide localized content.
There are two types of cookies:
- First-party cookies are those created by the website users visit.
- A third-party cookie is one that is created by another website. Many of the site's content, like images, comes from these sites.
When third-party cookies are disabled, some websites may not work properly.
In Mozilla Firefox, users can turn off Enhanced Tracking Protection for a specific website by following these steps:
- Open the website.
- On the address bar's left side, click on the shield icon .
- On the top of the panel, toggle the switch . This will disable Enhanced Tracking Protection for that specific site. The page reloads automatically and all cookies are allowed on that site only.
Please, visit Mozilla's Support Center for more information.
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