I have a math stack exchange account and so does my roommate. However, we cannot switch users on our shared computer without erasing the cookies, history etc. in our browser. Everytime we log out then click back log in it take us to the page where it asks how we want to log in. Then when we click on stack exchange it auto logs in whoever was last logged in. Please help we don't like having to clear the browser's memory everytime. THANKS!
Read through all the steps to make sure you understand it before you begin.
Here is a piece of
Part-1, the setup, you only need to do this part one time:
- Create any favorite (bookmark) in your browser favorites. It doesn't matter where the favorite is linked to because we will replace the link in the favorite in the next steps.
- Locate the Favorite and rename it to
Clear site cookiesor whatever you like.
- Click to open the Properties for the new Favorite.
- Move to the
URLfield and delete the URL in the textbox.
URLtextbox from Step 5
- The pasted text should...
and end with:
If it doesn't, redo the copy and paste operations.
- Save the favorite, and answer
Yesif you are prompted ...
Do you really want to save this?
- Move the favorite where you can easily find it in your favorites menu, or on your Favorites Bar.
You are done with the setup. Now...
Part-2, how to use it:
- Go to any page on
math.stackexchange.com. You can use this to clear the cookies on any
Stack Exchangesite, or any other website.
- Log out of
math.stackexchange.comif you are not already logged out.
- While still on the page at
math.stackexchange.com(or whatever other website), click the
Clear site cookiesfavorite.
- There will not be any indication that anything has happened, but the cookies for (only) that website will have been cleared.
- Click to log-in to the site.
- You will (should) be prompted to select your login method.
- Make your choice and then complete the login process.
I hope this helps you save your browser information.