Occasionally, users are unable to switch teams using the drop downs in the Teams area of the site. These problems can be caused by any one of the following issues. Team selection problems are usually caused by #1 or #5 below:
Your browser is setup not to accept cookies. Most browsers let you enable the two Cookie types [session/one-time Cookies and persistent/stored Cookies] separately: You'll need to set your browser to allow at least temporary, per-session Cookies in order to use this site at all. If you also want this site to save your preferences like the last league/team you selected, you'll also need to enable the "persistent" cookie type that's stored on your hard drive. Please consult your browser's help file for specific information on how to do this.
If you're using Internet Explorer version 6 or above, do the following:
Click Tools/Internet Options
On the resulting dialog box click the Privacy tab at the top
Click the Advanced button
We highly recommend the following settings for most users:
Check the Override box
Accept - First-party Cookies
Block - Third-party Cookies
Allow Session Cookies.
You use a Cookie-defeating tool (AdSubtract, CookieCrusher, some firewalls, etc.), please disable it while you access this site
Has your team's season expired? After a team's season is over, team managers can no longer log in using a team manager password. This doesn't however apply to problems selecting teams. You can select and view any team from any season using the dropdowns on the team selection bar.
You may have a corrupt or broken cookie. If you're stuck on a particular team or can't change teams or divisions, this may be the problem. Assuming your browser is set up to accept cookies from this site (see 1.0 above), you can usually fix this by performing the following:
Locate the following folder on your system using Windows Explorer (NOT Internet Explorer. Right click the Start button and select "Explore"):
If using Windows NT/2000/XP: \Documents and Settings\Your User Name\Cookies\.
All other versions of Windows \Windows\Cookies\
Within this folder are many files named using the following form: "Your User
". Locate the file(s) with our website's name after the @ sign and rename them to anything you like. ie "