If you’ve ever seen a version of the warning above, there are two simple solutions to fixing it.
- Pay for the subscription
- Get a free add-on for your browser and never pay again.
Unless you REALLY like that website that tries to pass itself off as a newspaper, you’re probably more interested in option #2.
Here’s how they block you.
Here’s how you fix it.
There are add-ons available for the major browsers that will allow you to erase these cookies for the site with a simple click, thus resetting the counter to 0.
In Firefox, select Tools->Add Ons from the menu. Then search for “remove cookies”. Select one of the choices and click on install. I prefer the “Remove Cookies for Site”, by Dwipal, for the ease of operation, and that it has no button on the toolbar.
In Chrome, go to https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/extensions?hl=en-US and search for “remove cookies. The extension that I prefer here is “Remove Cookie!”.
Once you are presented with the warning, just click on the button on the toolbar, refresh the page, and voila, you’re all set to keep reading. If you’re using the Firefox extension that I listed, right click anywhere on the page and select “Remove cookies for site”.