Higher Logic supports the following browsers:
- Google Chrome (latest version)
- Microsoft Edge (latest version)
- Mozilla Firefox (latest version)
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (v11)
- Apple Safari (latest version)
Cookies are small pieces of data that web servers place on your computer when you visit their website. They track and remember your visits to the site and your activity while on the site. Despite misconceptions — cookies are safe; they cannot transfer viruses or malware to your computer because the data in a cookie doesn’t change when it travels between servers and computers.
Despite being placed on your computer by a site's web servers, cookies have to be managed by you in your preferred browser.
IMPORTANT: Higher Logic requires that cookies be enabled for our site so that members can log in and remain logged in when they select the "remember me" option.
Enable cookies in your browser
Each of Higher Logic's supported browsers (listed above) has a unique "settings" section in which you manage the browser, such as enabling/disabling cookies. Refer to your browser's "help" or "support" documentation for information and guidance on how to enable cookies in that browser.
Communications Professional and Communications Enterprise require that you allow/enable third-party cookies.
Cookies and Single-Sign On
Single-Sign On (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows users to log in once with an ID and password, and then be able to access any of several related, but independent, sites without having to re-enter their authentication details.
IMPORTANT: If your main website uses cookie-based SSO authentication, your members must enable cookies in order to be able to seamlessly log in to your Higher Logic site from your main site.