Cookies

Cookies

Cookies are widely used on our site. Cookies are small files placed on your hard drive that assist us in providing customized services. Our shopping cart utilizes cookie technology to provide users a way of storing items in the cart until the order has been submitted. We also use cookies to allow you to enter your password less frequently during a session. Cookies can also help us provide information specific to your interests.

Enable Cookies

"Cookies" must be enabled to browse our website. Your system may not be set to accept cookies. These are tiny text files that are installed on your system (they will not affect your system) when you contact a website. For example, you have probably noticed that when you visit some websites that require a membership, the site will recognize you and welcome you back by name each time you visit. This occurs because the site has left a "cookie" on your computer which remembers a portion of your membership information, such as your first name.
If you do not have your cookies enabled, please complete the following steps to enable cookies on your web browser listed below:

Internet Explorer 5.5
  • Select "View | Internet Options." from the main menu.
  • Pick the "Advanced" Option.
  • Scroll through the list until you see an option for "cookies."
  • Click on the button "always accept cookies."
  • Click on the "apply" button at the bottom of your screen.
Internet Explorer 6.0
  • Select "Tools | Internet Options..." from the main menu.
  • Change to the "Privacy" tab.
  • Click on the "Custom Level" bar on that page.
  • Scroll down to the Cookies section and click on "enable."
  • Click on "OK" at the bottom of the page.
Netscape Communicator 6.x
  • Select "Edit | Preferences." from the main menu.
  • Select and Expand "Advanced."
  • Select "Cookies."
  • To enable: Select "Enable all cookies" or "Enable cookies for the originating website only."
  • Click "OK."
SSL Compatibility

Ordering from our site requires that you are using an SSL-compliant browser. SSL means Secure Socket Layer. Basically, you are shopping on a secure site. Unfortunately, some browsers behind company firewalls cannot support secure ordering.