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Most browsers allow third-các buổi party cookies, by mặc định. And, most of the time, these cookies are used by advertising networks to traông xã users as they move across different websites.

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Some folks take the trouble of disabling third-tiệc nhỏ cookies, which can be done using your browser’s “Preferences” settings: the actual mechanism varies based upon which browser you are using.

If you vì turn off third-các buổi party cookies, you may find that images that you upload to lớn your neftekumsk.com pages vì chưng not appear correctly. That’s because all files that you upload to lớn your neftekumsk.com pages are stored in your own Google account, so when you are viewing a neftekumsk.com project page, some of that content is coming from your Google Docs trương mục.

Recently, Google has started storing images in a new domain name, called googleusernội dung.com. This domain is used for a variety of purposes, including cached copies of websites visited by the Google tìm kiếm engine, but the general purpose of this tên miền appears khổng lồ be to store static content: i.e. content that is not expected lớn change.

So, if you have turned off third-các buổi party cookies in your browser, you may find that images are not shown when you visit your neftekumsk.com page. And, the whole process may be something of a mystery to lớn you, although our lademo version includes a new warning message when we detect that this problem might exist.

It’s easiest lớn spot this problem if you are using the Google Chrome browser because that shows you, at the far right end of the address bar, that there is a potential problem with cookies on the page you are currently viewing. Here’s an example:

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Cookie warning from Google Chrome

The address bar shows a broken cookie image, và when you cliông chồng on that cookie image you get a dialog box that tells your page is having problems with cookies. When you see this, cliông chồng on the “Show cookies và other site data…” button

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Cliông xã on this button

And this will then show you details of the cookies that are being allowed, and the ones that are being blocked:

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Blocked cookies

You need to lớn allow cookies from googleusercontent.com in order for your images khổng lồ show up correctly on your neftekumsk.com pages.

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Unblocking individual cookies

However, the problem with googleusernội dung.com may not end here: when you enable cookies from somewhere.googleusercontent.com, you are only permitting cookies from that particular sub-domain! In the example above, we are allowing cookies from doc-0k-0c-docs.googleusernội dung.com.

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Allowing cookies from somewhere.googleusernội dung.com doesn’t mean that you have also allowed cookies from somewhere-else.googleusercontent.com: in other words, allowing cookies from one sub-domain name of googleusercontent.com doesn’t automatically mean you are allowing cookies from all other sub-domains of googleusernội dung.com.

And this can cause repeated problems when you are using neftekumsk.com, because when you upload images to your neftekumsk.com page, Google may place these on entirely different sub-domains of googleusercontent.com. We have no control over which sub-domain name Google chooses at any point, so you could have sầu one page show images correctly – after you have permitted cookies from that sub-domain name – và another sub-tên miền get blocked when you navigate lớn another neftekumsk.com page, even a page that’s part of the same neftekumsk.com project.

It’s a tricky problem, and the solution doesn’t lie in our hands since it is entirely up to Google as to lớn where they choose to lớn store your documents within the hundreds of domains and the thousands of sub-domains that they control. The easiest bet, of course, is to allow third-tiệc nhỏ cookies – which you may already be doing, unless you have changed your browser defaults – but if that’s not acceptable to you, you might want lớn look at using the Chrome browser và watching out for that broken cookie image in your address bar.

UPDATED NOV 11, 2016:

A reader, Carey Dessaix from nước Australia, offers a better solution to lớn just allowing all third-các buổi party cookies:

Adding “<*.>googleusernội dung.com” is a solution.

Just go to lớn Chrome settings > Advanced Settings > Privacy > Content settings.

Cliông xã “Manage exceptions” & add the following as allowed which will allow allow subdomains including the actual domain name as well.