You know: Black Friday, crazy people trampling each other for a TV, that kind of thing… All in the spirit of the Holiday Season, of course! 😉
If recent history is any indication, those of us who don’t much care for crowds and stampedes will do much of our shopping online, and that usually means Amazon.
But I recently ran into a problem: Clicking the “Add to Cart” button on Amazon wasn’t working! Dear god, it was horrific!
If you’re having the same problem, here’s a quick and easy fix.
Well, it turns out that the solution is to dump all your Amazon cookies, refresh the page, and you’ll be back up and shopping in no time flat! So, without further ado:
Add to Cart Fix for Chrome
First, load Amazon for your area/country. Once the Amazon page has fully loaded, you need to right-click a blank area on the page, and choose View page info:
When you’re done deleting each cookie group, click the Close button.
Now just click the reload/refresh button in your browser to reload the Amazon page you’re on, et voila!
Add to Cart will work again!
Add to Cart Fix for Firefox
First, load Amazon for your area/country. Once the Amazon page has fully loaded, you need to right-click a blank area on the page, and choose View Page Info:
After you’ve removed all the Amazon cookies, just click the Close button. Then, click the refresh/reload button in Firefox to reload the Amazon page you were viewing. Ta-da! Add to Cart will work again.
Wasn’t that easy?