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Enable Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of information stored by your browser to help identify you. Many Hyper products use cookies to keep you signed in as you move from page to page, among other things. If your browser is set to reject all cookies automatically, you won’t be able to sign in to some Hyper products. Instead, you may see an error message. If your browser is set to not accept cookies, you should change it to accept (or “enable”) cookies.

WINDOWS

To enable Cookies for Google Chrome:

  • Click the Chrome menu icon.
  • Select Settings.
  • Near the bottom of the page, click Show advanced settings.
  • In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.
  • To enable cookies, select Allow local data to be set (recommended).
  • Click Done to save.

To enable JavaScript for Mozilla Firefox:

  • Click Tools > Options.
  • Click Privacy in the top panel.
  • Select the checkbox labeled “Accept cookies from sites.”
  • Click OK.

To enable JavaScript for Internet Explorer:

  • Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button, and then clicking Internet Explorer.
  • Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
  • Click the Privacy tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK.

MAC

To enable JavaScript for Safari 3 or later on Mac OS X:

  • Click on the Safari-menu in Safari
  • Click on the Preferences item in the menu – a new window opens.
  • Click on the Security icon near the top of the window.
  • Under Accept Cookies the Always or Only from sites you navigate to must be selected.
  • Save changes by clicking Okay.

IOS

To enable JavaScript for IOS:

  • Go to the Home screen by pressing the Home button or by unlocking your device.
  • Select the Settings icon.
  • Select Safari from the Settings menu.
  • Select Accept Cookies from the Safari menu.
  • Select From visited from the Accept Cookies menu.
  • Press the Home button to return the home screen.
  • Select the Safari icon to return to Safari.
  • Before the cookie settings change will take effect, Safari must restart. To restart Safari: Press Home twice to bring up open apps, find Safari and press and hold the icon, then select the red symbol near the top left of the icon.
  • Select the Safari icon to return to Safari.

ANDROID

To enable JavaScript for Android:

  • Open the Browser.
  • Go to Menu > Settings > Privacy & security. Or, go to Menu > More > Settings and find Privacy settings.
  • Make sure Accept Cookies is checked or switched On.
Enable Javascript

JavaScript is a programming language that’s essential to any modern Internet site. Without JavaScript enabled, some Hyper features may not perform as designed. To fix performance problems, make sure JavaScript is enabled.

WINDOWS

To enable JavaScript for Google Chrome:

  • Go to the Chrome menu and select Preferences.
  • Select the tab Under the Hood.
  • Under Privacy, click Content Settings.
  • Select the JavaScript tab and choose the option Allow all sites to run JavaScript.
  • Close the window.
  • Refresh your browser by right-clicking anywhere on the page and selecting Reload, or by using the Reload button in the toolbar.

To enable JavaScript for Mozilla Firefox:

  • Click the Tools drop-down menu and select Options.
  • Select the Content section from the options at the top of the
    pop-up page.
  • Check the boxes next to Block pop-up windows, Load images automatically, and Enable JavaScript.
  • Click OK.
  • Refresh your browser by right-clicking anywhere on the page and selecting Reload, or by using the Reload button in the toolbar.

To enable JavaScript for Internet Explorer:

  • Click the gear icon/Tools menu to the right of the Internet Explorer address bar.
  • Select Internet Options from the drop-down menu.
  • Next, select the Security tab at the top of the dialog box.
  • Then, select the earth (Internet) icon.
  • Then select the Custom Level button under the Security level for this zone section.
  • Locate the Scripting section within the list.
  • Under Active Scripting, select Enable, then hit OK.
  • Answer yes to the following conformation box.
  • Hit OK to close the Internet Options window.
  • Finally, refresh your browser.

MAC

To enable JavaScript for Safari 3 or later on Mac OS X:

  • Choose Safari > Preferences.
  • Click Security.
  • Check the boxes next to Enable Plug-ins, Enable Java, and Enable JavaScript.
  • Make sure this checkbox is not selected: “Block pop-up windows.”
  • Refresh your browser, either by using the keyboard shortcut Cmd+R or by using the Reload button located at the far right of the URL entry area.

To enable JavaScript for Google Chrome on Mac OS X:

  • Go to the Chrome menu and select Preferences.
  • Select the tab Under the Hood.
  • Under Privacy, click Content Settings.
  • Select the JavaScript tab and choose the option Allow all sites to run JavaScript.
  • Close the window.
  • Refresh your browser, either by using the keyboard shortcut Cmd+R or by using the Reload button in the toolbar.

To enable JavaScript for Mozilla Firefox on Mac OS X:

  • Go to the Firefox menu and select Preferences.
  • Click on the Content tab.
  • Select Enable Java.
  • Close the window.
  • Refresh your browser, either by using the keyboard shortcut Cmd+R or by using the Reload button in the toolbar.

IOS

To enable JavaScript for IOS:

  • Select the Settings application/icon on the iPhone home screen.
  • Select Safari on the following screen.
  • Select Advanced, located near the bottom of the following screen.
  • Move the JavaScript toggle to the right so that it highlights green.

ANDROID

To enable JavaScript for Android:

  • Select Browser or Internet to open the web browser.
  • Select Menu.
  • Select More then Settings.
  • Finally select Enable JavaScript.
Private Browsing Mode

Private browsing, “privacy mode” or “incognito mode” is a privacy feature that prevents your browser from storing your history, cookies and web cache.
Private browsing only prevents your browser from storing your site visit activity, however, and does not prevent outside sources from accessing your private data. For more information, please read this page on Mozilla.org.

If private browsing is enabled in Safari on Mac or IOS you will not be able to properly access your account. Please disable it or switch to a different web browser.

On IOS

Using IOS 8

  • Open Safari.
  • Tap the two overlaid squares on the bottom right.
  • On the bottom left there will be a button that says “Private.”
  • Tap it to turn off private browsing.

Using iOS 7

  • Open Safari.
  • Tap the Bookmark icon on the bottom.
  • Tap on the word “Private” in the bottom left corner.
  • Specify whether or not you’d like to keep all your current tabs open.
  • Tap “Done” in the top right corner.

Using iOS 6 and Below

  • Tap the Settings app from your device’s home screen.
  • Open Safari from within the settings app.
  • Tap the toggle switch next to “Private Browsing” to switch it to the “OFF” position.
  • Celebrate! You have now turned off private browsing.

On Mac

  • Select your current url and copy it
  • Open a new window that is not in private browsing mode. Private windows have a dark grey address bar while normal ones do not.
  • Paste your url into the address bar and navigate back.
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