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Enabling Cookies

Foliotek uses cookies to authenticate users when they are trying to access or create an account.  When a user attempts to access Foliotek through another website, such as Blackboard or eCampus, Foliotek is seen as a third party.  Some web browsers will block all third-party cookies by default.  This setting has to be changed in order for Foliotek to work correctly when accessed from another website.

Most browsers store this setting inside a 'Settings' area.  It is considered an 'Advanced' setting and will be located in an area for privacy or content settings.  Use the browser-specific instructions below to change the settings to allow third-party cookies.  This will ensure Foliotek works as it should, no matter how it is accessed.



Click the 'Settings' option in the dropdown located in the upper-right corner of the browser.

Chrome Settings Area


When the Settings area opens, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click 'Advanced'.

Chrome Advanced Settings


Next, scroll down until you see 'Content Settings', then click on it.

Chrome Content Settings


Now, click on 'Cookies'.

Chrome Cookies Settings


Here, make sure that the 'Block third-party cookies' setting is turned off.

Chrome Third-Party Cookies Setting



Select 'Options' from the menu in the upper-right corner of the browser.

Firefox Options Menu


Next, click on 'Privacy' in the left menu.

Firefox Privacy Settings


In the 'History' dropdown menu, change the selection to 'Use custom settings for history'.

Firefox History Settings


Finally, ensure that 'Always' is the selected option in the 'Accept third-party cookies' menu.

Firefox Third-Party Settings



Click on 'Settings' in the dropdown menu located in the upper-right corner of the browser.

Edge Settings Menu


In the Settings menu, scroll down to the Advanced Settings area and click on 'View advanced settings'.

Edge Advanced Settings


Finally, in the Advanced Settings area, make sure the Cookies dropdown is set to 'Don't block cookies'.

Edge Cookies Settings


Safari on Mac

Click on 'Safari' in the upper-left corner of the browser, then select 'Preferences' in the dropdown menu that appears.

Safari Preferences Settings


Now select the 'Privacy' tab at the top, then click the radio button next to 'Allow from websites I visit'.

Safari Third Party Settings


iPhone iOS

In the Settings area, scroll down to Safari and click on it.

iOS Settings Area


Next, scroll down to 'Block Cookies' and click on it to change the setting.

iOS Cookies Settings


From the Block Cookies options, select 'Allow from Websites I Visit'.

iOS Third Party Settings