One question you are asked when you log in
to ICIWorld is Do you want to remember your log in id?
We suggest yes so that you do not have to
log in every time you visit the service.
However in order to do this it is helpful
for you to have cookies allowed for this web site: www.iciworld.net
Like most shopping cart systems on websites, cookies are used to maintain
a password and an id so that you do not have to enter those every time you visit
To allow cookies for this website only, in Internet Explorer 6
follow the instructions below. For other browsers, consult that browser's
documentation on this topic.
Internet Explorer 6
- From the Tools menu, select Internet Options...
- Select the Privacy tab
- If the Settings section has a Sites... button, click that.
Otherwise in the Websites section click Edit...
- In the Address of Web site box type: www.iciworld.net (do
not press the Enter key), then click Allow
- Click OK to close the Per Site Privacy Actions panel
- Click OK to close the Internet Options panel
- Close all Internet Explorer windows then restart Internet
Explorer and return to the www.iciworld.net website.
Explorer 6.x: On the menubar, click the Tools menu and
select ""Internet Options..."". When the Internet Options
screen opens, select the ""Privacy"" tab. Click the
""Advanced..."" button. Click the ""Override automatic cookie
handling"" box and select the ""Accept"" option in the
""First-party cookies"" and ""Third-party cookies""
categories. Click the OK button to close the Internet Options
screen and return to the browser.
Cookies: What They Are, Why You Are In Charge
SOME FAQS ABOUT COOKIES
What is a Cookie?
A "cookie" is the term used to describe a very small text file that
many Web sites place on your hard drive (with your permission). The New
Hacker's Dictionary compares a "cookie" to the ticket number you get from
the dry cleaners. When you come to pick up your clothes, the dry cleaner
uses your ticket number to ensure you get the right clothes back. You might
want to think of it as an identification code that is uniquely yours and
can only be read by the server that gave it to you.
Where is the Cookie? Can I see it?
The text file, or cookie, is kept in a file on your computer hard drive
in a subdirectory in your Internet browser. You can easily see your cookies
file by opening the "views" or "preferences" menu (which one depends on
your Web browser).
If you give me a Cookie what will you know about me?
A cookie cannot, by itself determine your name, email address, phone
number or any other personal information about you.
Cookies let the Web server know that you've been to the site or page
-- before. And they help keep a site valuable to users. In the case of
ICIWorld.net the cookies contain your id and your password so that you do not
have log in every time you come on the system.
Do Cookies do anything good for me
on this and other systems?
We think so. For example, cookies can help treat you as an individual.
Say you personalize a page, or sign up for a bonus points
program. By giving you a cookie, they can tell how many points you have and
let you know when you've qualified for a prize or special discount. Or,
if you'd like them to notify you when they have special sales on items you've
indicated a preference for, cookies help to do this.
Of course, it's also possible that you'd elect never to register or
give any personal information. In this case, if you never register
or leave personal information, then the server will only recognize
that someone with your cookie has returned to the Web site.
How can I control Cookies on my browser?
You can adjust your browser to accept all cookies, and you can decide
to have it tell you each time a cookie is offered. You can then decide
whether to accept that particular Cookie or not. (Some people find this
very annoying and elect to simply accept all Cookies, and periodically
examine the Cookie file to weed out what they don't want.)
You can elect to receive cookies only from certain
selected domain names, such as iciworld.net That way you do not have to log in
every time you visit the site.
To do this in
Internet Explorer, click on Tools, Internet Options, Privacy. There is a section
"to override cookie handling for individual web sites, click the Edit button."
If you have any additional concerns, please let us know.
There is one more setting that I use. In Internet
Explorer, click on Tools, Internet Options, Temporary Internet Files, Settings,
I choose to check for newer versions of stored pages, "Every visit to the page."
That way if there are any changes or new announcements, you will have them.
Update for other browsers and later versions of Internet
Cookies remember who you are so that you do not have to log
in every time you visit the service.
To sign in, it is very helpful for you to have cookies
enabled. Cookies allow you to have the system remember who
you are so that you don't have to sign in again on every