Configure Your Browser's Location Permission Settings
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Please select your browser below to configure your location permission settings.


Google Chrome

Clear cache and cookies:
  1. In the browser bar, enter: chrome://settings/clearBrowserData
  2. Select the following:
    • Browsing history
    • Download history
    • Cookies and other site data
    • Cached images and files
    From the "Time range" drop-down menu, you can choose the period of time for which you want to clear cached information. To clear your entire cache, selectAll time
  3. Click CLEAR DATA.
  4. Exit/quit all browser windows and re-open the browser.
Configure your location access:
  1. Select Chrome's Main Menu button, marked by three vertically aligned dots. It's located in the upper right corner of the browser.
  2. Select Settings > Advanced > Privacy and security > Site Settings > Location.
  3. Move the Ask before accessing (recommended) slider to toggle it on or off. Turn it on if you want websites to request your permission before accessing your location.
  4. Below that, you can see the Block section and the Allow section. Here, you can see which websites you've given geolocation permissions to and revoke them, if needed.

Mozilla Firefox

Clear cache and cookies:
  1. From the History menu, select Clear Recent History. If the menu bar is hidden, press Alt to make it visible.
  2. From the Time range to clear: drop-down menu, select the desired range; to clear your entire cache, select Everything.
  3. Next to "Details", click the down arrow to choose which elements of the history to clear; to clear your entire cache, select all items.
  4. Click Clear Now.
  5. Exit/quit all browser windows and re-open the browser.
Configure your location access:
  1. Press the Menu button and choose Options.
  2. Type "location" in the search bar.
  3. Find Permissions in the search results and select the Settings button to the right of Location.
  4. This opens the Settings - Location Permissions dialog box. From here, you can see which websites have requested access to your location and choose to allow or block them.

Microsoft Edge

Clear cache and cookies:
  1. In the top right, click the Hub icon (looks like star with three horizontal lines).
  2. Click the History icon (looks like a clock), and then select Clear all history.
  3. Next to "Details", click the down arrow to choose which elements of the history to clear; to clear your entire cache, select all items.
  4. Select Browsing history, then Cookies and saved website data, and then Cached data and files. Click Clear.
  5. After the "All Clear!" message appears, exit/quit all browser windows and re-open the browser.
Configure your location access:
  1. Select the Settings and more button (depicted as three horizontal dots) in the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Settings > View Advanced Settings.
  3. Press the Manage button under Website Permissions. Here you can see and change a website's permissions, including location and whether or not it can access your microphone.

Internet Explorer 11

Clear cache and cookies:
  1. Select Tools > Safety > Delete browsing history.... If the menu bar is hidden, press Alt to make it visible.
  2. Deselect Preserve Favorites website data, and select:
    • Temporary Internet files or Temporary Inte
    • Cookies or Cookies and website data
    • History
  3. Click Delete. You will see a confirmation at the bottom of the window when the process is complete.
  4. Exit/quit all browser windows and re-open the browser.
Configure your location access:
  1. Select the Gear icon in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window.
  2. When the drop-down menu appears, select Internet Options.
  3. Select the Privacy tab.
  4. Find the Location section under Privacy Options and click the checkbox next to Never allow websites to request your physical location. When activated, this option instructs the browser to deny all requests to access your physical location data.
  5. The Clear Sites button is also found within the Location section. Anytime a website attempts to access your location data, IE11 prompts you to take action. In addition to allowing or denying that individual request, you have the option to blacklist or whitelist the respective website. These preferences are then stored by the browser and used on subsequent visits to those sites. To delete all of those saved preferences and start anew, select the Clear Sites button.

Safari for Macs

Clear cache and cookies:
  1. From the Safari menu, select Clear History... or Clear History and Website Data....
  2. Select the desired time range, and then click Clear History.
  3. Go to Safari > Quit Safari or press Command-Q to exit the browser completely.
Configure your location access:
  1. Click the System Preferences option in the Dock.
  2. Select Security & Privacy > Privacy > Location Services.
  3. Enable or disable location services by placing (or removing) a check in front of Enable Location Services.You may need to click the lock in the bottom left corner before you can make the changes.
  4. Place a check in the box in front of Safari to enable location services for the browser. Remove the check to prevent Safari from sharing your location.

Opera

Clear cache and cookies:
  1. From the Opera menu, select Settings, then Privacy & Security, and then Clear browsing data....
  2. Select the following:
    • Browsing history
    • Download history
    • Cookies and other site data
    • Cached images and files
  3. Click Clear browsing data.
  4. Exit/quit all browser windows and re-open the browser.
Configure your location access:
  1. Enter the following text into Opera's address bar and press the Enter key: opera://settings.
  2. Click or press the arrow next to Advanced in the left pane to expand the section.
  3. Select Privacy and security in the left pane to jump to that section of the Site Settings > Location.
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