Use the Debugger Cookies manager to inspect and manage the cookies for the given domain.
The Cookies folder inside the Debugger's Resource picker displays a list of origins from the resources loaded by the page. Selecting one of these frames opens up a table representing the current cookies set by either HTTP header or via script with Document.cookie.
From the Cookies tab toolbar you can:
- Refresh (
Ctrl+F5) the Cookies list to see the current set of cookies for the given domain. (The list does not auto-refresh.)
- Delete all cookies (
Ctrl+Shift+Del) (session and permanent) for the path of the current page.
- Delete all session cookies (
Ctrl+Del) for the path of the current page.
To completely clear your Cookies list, you might need to Clear all cookies for the domain from the Network panel toolbar.
From the Cookies list table you can:
- Inspect and sort your cookies by clicking on any column name in the table.
- Edit the Name and Value of an existing cookie by clicking in the cell.
- Delete (
Del) a cookie from the right-click context menu option, Delete cookie.
- Add a new session cookie for the given Domain/Path by clicking on the empty row at the bottom of the table. This only works for session cookies; permanent cookies (with specific expiry dates) must be set with traditional methods. The Domain and Path values are auto-filled according to the location of the page.
The columns of the Cookies list are sortable:
|Name||Name of the cookie|
|Value||Value of the cookie|
|Domain||Host name of the cookie (may be empty)|
|Path||URL path for the cookie (may be empty)|
|Expires||Maximum lifetime of the cookie as an HTTP-date timestamp. If no
|HTTP only||Indicates if the cookie was set with
|Secure||Indicates if the cookie was set with the
See the MDN web docs Set-Cookie reference for further details on cookie properties.
|Delete all cookies||
|Delete all session cookies||
|Copy selected items||