Setting a Version with cookies
What's a cookie? A cookie is small bit of data stored on your computer that allows the web browser to recognize some elements the next time you visit. In the case of the Online Book of Common Prayer, the only information stored on your computer is the name of the cookie, and the Bible version which you have selected so that each time you visit, your favorite Bible version will display and you won't have to reselect it upon each visit. The Online BCP programming does not collect any other information from your computer. Please note that if you delete cookies from your computer, you will need to reset the version the next time you visit.
Internet Explorer: In your menu bar, go to "Tools" and select "Internet Options" at the bottom of the list. A dialogue window will pop up which contains several tabs. Select the "Privacy" tab, and set your slider to "Medium." Alternatively, if you wish to block all cookies from other sites, but would like to use the functionality of the Online BCP, choose the "Security" tab, and click on the green circle "Trusted Sites." Then add the site (http://www.bookofcommonprayer.net) to the trusted sites index by clicking on the button marked "Sites."
Mozilla: In your menu bar, go to "Edit" and select "Preferences" at the bottom of the list. A dialogue window will pop up with a left hand navigation pane, and various options on the right. In the left hand navigation bar, choose "Privacy & Security" and then "Cookies" in the sub-menu. The right hand pane will change. Under "Cookie Acceptance Policy" make sure that any of the radio buttons is checked except for the one marked "Block all cookies."