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In the process of compiling, formatting, writing and updating, I don't create cookies. In truth I'm better at making the sort of cookie that you eat - which I've never actually tried since home economics at secondary school.

Consequently, I don't use cookies to monitor site usage, to improve the site or for any other purpose that other website-owners would use cookies for. I'll be honest, I wouldn't know how to.

The web pages are created using Corel Website Creator. In the process, the program generates 'scripts', to make things appear as they should in your browser. I then edit the material in Notepad (still the best text and code editor). In September 2018 when I upgraded the site to secure browsing - the web address now begins with 'https' - some of the scripts were changed, but this needed to be done as part of the upgrade. In short, if a website starts with 'https' and/or you can see a padlock-icon in your browser address bar (some browsers will display the word 'secure'), you can browse such sites - now including - safely and securely.

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