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Checkout Help

If you are encountering problems checking out on our site, it is most likely because the browser does not accept cookies from our site, or the security settings are very high. We do not require cookies, however, if you leave the checkout page or the cart, you may have to re-enter the information or the cart could empty out, if the cookie or security settings are too strict (there has to be a way to keep tracking of page addresses when recalled in a secure environment to have good success). Below is a handy help document to allow you to accept cookies / enable cookies or lighten the security settings for the time period while performing checkout on our site.

You can order the browser to accept all cookies or to alert you every time a cookie is offered, at which point you can decide whether to accept that or not. You can also update the browser to only accept cookies from our site, www.leathergiftitems.com, that way you can maintain the preferred level of security.

Internet Explorer 8

Cookies and security settings are handled different in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) than they are in older versions of IE. This is how to enable or disable the security settings to assist you in checkout.

Click Tools

Internet Options

Privacy

Move the slider to a setting desired. Options range from Block All Cookies to IE8 to Accept All Cookies. There are also options under Advanced where you can customize the settings.

Internet Explorer 6.0 or 7.0:

Choose Tools, then

Internet Options.

Click the "Privacy" tab,

Default setting is medium. Move the slider to determine which setting you prefer.

You can also click on "Advanced" for specialized cookie treatment.

Firefox 2.0:

Choose Tools, then

Internet Options.

Click the "Privacy" tab,

Check or uncheck "Accept cookies from sites".

You can also click on "Exceptions" for specialized cookie treatment.

Internet Explorer 5.0:

Choose Tools, then

Internet Options.

Click the "Security" tab,

Click "Internet", then "Custom Level".

Scroll down to "Cookies" and choose one of the two options.

Internet Explorer 4.0:

Choose View, then

Internet Options.

Click the "Advanced" tab,

Scroll down to the yellow exclamation icon under "Security" and choose one of the three options to regulate the use of cookies.

Internet Explorer 3.0

Go to View, then

Options.

Click the "Advanced" tab.

Click on the button that says "Warn Before Accepting "Cookies.""

Safari:

Go to the Safari pull down menu.

Select Preferences.

Go to the "Security" tab.

Under "Accept Cookies", set it to accept, reject, or selectively accept cookies.

Netscape 9:

On the Task Bar, click:

Tools, then

Options, then

click on "Privacy".

Under "Cookies", set the cookie acceptance policy to the desired level.

Netscape 8:

On the Task Bar, click:

Tools, then

Options, then

click on "Site Controls".

Under "Master Settings", click on "Im Not Sure"

on the right, set the cookie acceptance policy to the desired level.

Netscape 6.x or 7.x:

On the Task Bar, click:

Edit, then

Preferences, then

click on "Privacy & Security".

click on "Cookies"

on the right, set the cookie acceptance policy to the desired level.

Netscape Communicator 4.0:

On the Task Bar, click:

Edit, then

Preferences, then

click on "Advanced".

Set the options in the box labeled "Cookies".

AOL 8.0

Go to keyword: PREFERENCES.

From the organization column, click "Internet Properties (www)".

In the AOL Internet Properties window, click on the "Privacy tab".

Make sure the slider is set to the "Accept all cookies" option.

Click OK.