(If you are only looking for instructions
on telling your browser to
accept cookies, go here.)
Your Internet browser is the program you
are using right now to read this page. Most people use Microsoft's
Internet Explorer, Netscape's Navigator, or America Online's browser. Sometimes
you want your browser to remember something from one day to the next:
maybe you are looking at an interesting page on FacialSurgery.com and you
want to be able to jump right back to that page when you visit the site
A cookie is a small file that a
Web page stores on your computer's hard drive so that the browser can
remember where it's been. If you see a nice before-and-after that
you want to find easily later, you click the
button, and your browser writes the name
of that page on your hard disk. That note, which contains the name
of the page you wanted to save, is called a cookie. The next time you visit
FacialSurgery.com, your browser can check the cookies that it has written
and take you promptly where you want to go.
Whenever you re-visit a Web site that
seems to have remembered your name, or that lets you in without having to
re-enter your password, it's because that site wrote a cookie
onto your hard drive.
Don't feel violated. Cookies are
safe. When FacialSurgery.com writes a cookie,
it is not possible for any other Web site to see or read the cookie.
It is not possible for the cookie file to contain a virus or a program.
The cookie is just a few lines of text. In fact,
there is nothing interesting in the cookies that FacialSurgery.com
writes. Here is the complete list of what FacialSurgery.com
remembers for you with cookies:
- bookmarking before and after picture
- bookmarking the Surgery Tutorial or
- keeping track of Surgery Tutorial
chapters or Essays that you have already read
- keeping track whether you have most
recently sorted your bookmarks by date or alphabetically by topic
Pretty boring, huh? If you're interested, click here, and
a little box will appear with all of the cookies that FacialSurgery.com has
stored on your computer. The box will be blank if there are no
cookies from FacialSurgery.com. If cookies are present, the cookies will look like gobbledygook.
To confirm whether your browser is
accepting cookies, click here.
If your browser is not accepting cookies,
and you want to be able to use the functions for which FacialSurgery.com
needs to be able to set cookies, go here, and we'll walk you through it.