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I know I can "Reset Safari". I know I can go to Cookies from Preferences and search for a site's cookies and delete those. But is there a faster/easier way to just clear cookies for one site (preferably one that I'm already navigated to)?

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There you go!

Clearing a Specific Cookie on Safari: Safari makes you do a little more mousework to get to the listing of cookies in the system, and you have to specify which you want to remove. To get started, go to the preferences menu, and open the “Security” Options. Partway down the page is a button labeled “Show Cookies.” Click this.

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Once you have clicked the “Show Cookies” button, you will be shown a listing of all of the cookies your browser has stored, along with a handy search box. Type the current domain name into this search to see a listing of cookies set by the current site. From here, you can select and delete the cookies.

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    Darn I realize you're looking for something simpler probably... – Ivo Flipse Jul 30 '09 at 13:14
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    Nothing bad with a complete answer, really. :) – Isxek Jul 30 '09 at 13:16
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    Oh Safari doesn't support plugins, that's going to make it hard... – Ivo Flipse Jul 30 '09 at 13:16
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    Note, the Remove All button will do the same thing, once you've entered the domain into the search box. – jtbandes Aug 2 '09 at 6:42
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    Safari 9 on El Capitan (OS X 10.11) no longer has this feature in the same place or the same way. Now you go to Safari / Preferences / Privacy and under the Remove All Website Data... button there's a small Details... button. When you click on that you can see the list of all domain names for which there are Cache, Cookies, and/or Local Storage saved. When you select that domain you can clear all of that data at once or not. There's no way to see individual cookies from Preferences any more, nor a way to remove only one. But at least you can still do this for a single site. – user6297 Jan 20 '16 at 12:21
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As @user6297 says in his comment, the above answer no longer works as of El Capitan. You now need to go to Preferences > Privacy > Details as shown in the image. Note that the Details button might take a moment to appear.

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Then enter the domain in the Search box, select the item you want to remove, and click Remove.

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use Safari Cookies Tool

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  • the Safari Cookies tool is apparently dead. – aljabear Apr 21 at 15:00
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To clear all cookies, you can setup a keyboard shortcut (Option-Cmd-R) to Safari → Reset Safari

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Go to the preferences menu, and open the “Security” Options. Part way down the page is a button labeled “Show Cookies.” Click this.

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http://www.ehow.com/how_4839198_cookies-safari-mac-computer-beginners.html

source : http://www.vertster.com/blog/2009/07/4-ways-to-quickly-clear-the-cookies-for-just-one-site-or-domain.html

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