In order for certain features on your organization's website to work properly, such as login, events, or profile updates, you must enable third-party cookies in your browser.
In short, browser cookies are used to store information about your visit to a website. Third-party cookies are cookies that a website you're not currently visiting set in your browser. For example, let's say that your organization's website is hiveassociation.com and this is the website that you're visiting. The features that we provide to your organization are hosted securely on our website, outside of hiveassociation.com, so our features set third-party cookies in your browser.
Here are some links that go over how to enable third-party cookies in the most popular browsers:
Safari Version 13.0.4 displays "You have set your browser to not allow third-party cookies"
If you are experiencing a note about your browser not allowing third-party cookies when attempting to login on your site, please check the following:
- What Safari Version you are using
- Check if your privacy settings are set to:
- Prevent Third-Party Cookies unchecked
- Block All Cookies unchecked
If your Safari Version is 13.0.4 and you have both privacy settings unchecked, there is a bug in Safari Version 13.0.4 that is affecting all users globally.
This bug will prevent third-party cookies when the "Prevent Third-Party Cookies" is unchecked, doing the opposite of the named setting. Safari will need to complete an update of their browser that will resolve this bug.
Safari users using version 13.0.4 will need to use a different browser such as Chrome or Firefox to login to your site temporarily.
Below are two links that may help you stay up to date with Safari's latest updates and releases:
- Stay up to date with Safari's Release Notes:
- Keep Safari up to date:
If you have any further trouble, please contact a staff member from your association or chamber.