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How to download our teaching packs using the Chrome web browser

Please use the information below to find answers to any queries that you might have about subscribing to Clickprimary and using our teaching resources. If you cannot find the information that you need then please contact us so that we can help further.

If you use the Chrome web browser to access Clickprimary then you might run into a few problems when trying to download some of our teaching packs. The Chrome browser will block downloads of ZIP files unless you change some of the settings. We recommend using the FireFox browser to access Clickprimary which does not have these issues.

You can update the settings using the Chrome browser to make it easier to download our teaching packs. Open up the Chrome web browser and load the Clickprimary homepage. Next click on the padlock to the left of the name of our site and choose the option for site settings. In the tab that will open up you need to make sure that automatic downloads and insecure content are allowed for Clickprimary. This will make sure that your Chrome browser will allow downloads of ZIP files from web server without any problems.

You should also double check that the privacy and security settings in your Chrome web browser are set-up to allow sites to automatically download multiple files. You can update this option by going into the privacy and security settings and choosing the option for automatic downloads.

If you have any more queries about using the Chrome web browser to download our teaching files then please contact us so that we can help further further.

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