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Answer . \nthe numbers you are talking about is the IP address of the cookies. you can use the IP address to access the website if you type them into the address bar for instance 188.8.131.52 would take you to Langside College Website.
After deleting all cookies and temporary Internet files in Internet Explorer how do you stop an unscrupulous website from redirecting one of your bookmarked sites?
\n. \n You can't, but wait \n. \n. \nYou can't, but it's not your computer's fault -- it's the fault of the Web site itself. \n. \nIt's being hacked from the outside to redirect automatically all of its users to the "unscrupulous" site.\n. \nI suggest you stop going to that site. It will eventually notice the error and fix it.
Answer . Cake flour will provide a smother texture than all purpose flour because of its superior quality.
Web sites are not all in one place. All web sites are stored in servers. There are millions of servers world wide that they are hosted on. When you type in a web address on the internet browser, you are directed to a specific web server that displays the site from a single file.
How is American cookie dough all right to eat raw when regular dough that you use to make cooked cookies is not good for you to eat?
Packaged dough in the tube has been precooked specially to kill disease so it is safe to eat. When I was young I made cookies from the dough and my mom was worried so she called the company.. Note that contamination of the dough "could" occur, whether or not it is baked before you eat it. Baking would eliminate most types of bacteria that could affect the dough.
it depends on how long u cook it but by burn u mean bake than yes
places like eBay..and chase..and other sites where cookies needs to be enabled say that my computer isn't accepting them.. even though..they are in my settings..
What Cookies Store . Cookies are only as dangerous or invasive as you, the Web page viewer, allow them to be. If you fill out a form with your name, address, and phone number, that information can be stored in an HTTP cookie on your machine. The important part to remember is that a cookie can't know more information than you provide to it. If you don't want a Web site to have your phone number, then don't fill in a form that asks for it. . Cookies are often used to gather demographics about a computer user. The company doesn't know who you are or where you live or anything like that, but every time you accept a cookie from them, you tell them a little bit about where your computer has surfed that day. Specifically, the page that you are currently on, and the page that you came from. . If you frequent running Web pages and natural food store pages, in theory, companies can use that information to target banner ads to your computer. In practice, however, cookies are more often used to track the habits of thousands of people in aggregate. The Personal Information Isn't Very Personal . Cookies can only use information that is provided to them by either the Web browser itself, or by the customer filling out a form and providing the information. If you have information you would like to keep personal, you should not type it into a Web form. If you type it in, it can be stored in a cookie. But if you're willing to tell a Web page personal information, how personal is it, really?
Cookies are used to store data that will be used between pages, such as your session information (to make sure you're logged in) or the items in your shopping cart. Without cookies, no website would be able to use personalized information, such as web-based email, shopping sites, or even your bank account site.
Yes. Pretty much. The difference in the two flours is the ability to form gluten. Bread flour is ground from a different variety of wheat, and produces more gluten when kneaded and so is of greater value when making bread. As you do not knead cookie dough, it doesn't come into play, and for the the most part cookie recipes are not that critical. Do not use bread flour for making cakes when cake flour is called for. Cakes are different animals altogether and proper ingredients are critical, and you cannot substitute a hard wheat flour for the soft cake flour, (which produces almost no gluten.)
It's really you and only your decision/choice..but I mean sugar cookies are a little messier so maybe butter cookies are more likely recommended
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it depends on what the recipie calls for. but if you sift flour it adds air to it which will make the bread in your recipie lighter. if you dont sift it, it will be heavier and some recipies call for that.
of course they do The English like cookies too, only we call them biscuits here.
There is a web site where you can enter your zip code and it will help you find the council in your area. See the related links for the link to the Girl Scout Cookie Finder.
Type your answer here... yes they do Another response: No, some types of cookies, such as shortbread and Russian Tea Cakes, do not contain eggs. Also, some cookies do not have as much egg. Cookie dough with raw egg isn't really bad for you, but homemade cookie dough is worse!!!
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If you wanted to increase the spread of a cookie and you used all your milk and eggs what could you add?
One could use a small amount of water to thin out cookie dough. Additional factors to increase the spread would be to use heavily greased, pre-heated cookie sheets.
Bluray players are increasingly being supplied with network connectivity and various smart TV applications. The players that have web browsers builit in should be capable of accessing web sites in the same way a computer web browser does.
Can a website recognize your computer by another means than IP address I know the IP address of your PC changes all the time and it can't be cookies cos I have deleted them all so what is it?
Websites are completely stateless, so there are only very few ways that a site can track you. The only methods today are as follows: 1) By IP address. Which as you stated, is unreliable, since some services change IP addresses all the time. Then again, I've observed some "dynamic" IP addresses that have remained stable for a year or longer; just because they are dynamic does not guarantee they will change. 2) By HTTP cookie. Cookies are usually good. They let websites remember that you have logged in, that you have set you favorite background image, or even just to remember your username so you only need a password. This is the "old-fashioned" way of storing this sort of data. 3) By local storage. HTML5 offers "local storage" that any site can leverage (up to 5MB worth of space in most browsers). They can use this space to store message drafts, user preferences, a search index, or any other purpose they might want. Including remembering who you are. This method is still new, and largely experimental, so most sites do not use this method... yet. 4) By Flash cookie. This is something of a sticking point. 99% of all internet browsers have Adobe Flash installed and enabled (according to Adobe). A website can store a small amount of data here (100kb without permission), which could include some sort of unique tracker number or login information. These cookies must be deleted by using Adobe's management software; using Ctrl-Shift-Delete or any other means that clear "HTTP Cookies" will not affect Flash cookies. 5) By Google Gears. But this can't happen unless you explicitly allow Google Gears to store data on your computer. 6) By Silverlight. Same as Adobe Flash, but lower adoption rates of Silverlight means this is less likely.
There are so many great cooking websites out there, and I'd bet everyone of them has at least one recipe for the shortbread cookie. For baking instructions and recipes, you really can't go wrong with the joyofbaking website.
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Cookies from a web site allow features to exist that make the website appear to remember who you are when you log in or keep recent settings. Cookies can also store your shopping cart on amazon. Cookies aren't a bad thing, some website can abuse them though.
If the system administrator has blocked certain sites then it is nothing to do with deleted cookies.
Do you have to visit a website for it to attach cookies to PC cookies on my mac and never accessed site?
Cookies get saved to your computer when visiting sites. So a cookie of a website can't be saved it you haven't visited that particular website. The explanation for that may be that the site was visited a by user of silent through a virus and the history cleared but the cookie not deleted
Yes. Deleting your browser cookies is perfectly fine. It's actually recommended you delete your cookies weekly to keep your browser and computer in good health.
Plain flour is great too.But if you only have self raising just don't put any rising powder.e.g baking powder
Self-raising flour is just all-purpose flour with baking soda and salt in it. Just add the right amount of both and you're fine.
You can use all purpose, gluten free baking flour to make manybaked goods, including cookies. Use a recipe that calls for thatspecific brand of all purpose gluten free baking flour so that theyturn out as good as possible.
Yes, it is a form of tracking that allows which websites you have visited to be tracked. It is often used to customize the banner ads and pop-up ads you see.
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You can use all purpose flours in most cookie recipes. As the namesuggests, this flour is suitable for almost all baking purposes.
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Also, check your baking POWDER to make sure it is fresh and not out-of-date. A lot of times this is the culprit.
Cookies are peices of information that are saved on your computer. Each time you go to Citi Financial it will save certain things you do on their website which then makes it more user friendly next time you access their webpage. This feature is more and more popular and can even be seen when you go to your favorite email browser.
The Marta Stewart website has the best gingerbread cookie recipes for all seasons. Manufacturers like Kraft and King Arthur Flour also have variations of the traditional gingerbread cookie. Other places to check include MyRecipies and TasteofHome
A number of websites carry recipes for oatmeal cookies. Some sites that have such recipes are 'allrecipes', 'Simply Recipes', 'Martha Stewart' and 'Hershey's Kitchens'.
Each web browser has a way to remove cookies manually. With Firefox first click the Firefox button. Find options and click that to open. Next click the privacy tab. The blue link that says remove individual cookie is the next link to click. In here you will see the options to remove individual or all cookies. Find the website you last visited and highlight it. Then click to remove individual cookie. One can also choose to remove all cookies at once. This procedure is basically the same in most browsers. One only has to find the internet options button in the browsers drop down menu and follow the on-screen prompts.
Torrent websites pose multiple threats to both privacy andcopyright. Whilst downloading copyright material and other goodies,always be aware that the files mostly contain viruses which willharm your computer as well as stealing confidential information.
The websites that have recipes for cookies are StumbleUpon and Pinterest. Pinterest is the best website for this because there are a lot of recipes for cookies.
Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens and Martha Stewart offer some great tips on decorating Christmas cookies. However, there are tons more websites out there and a little research would yield a lot of free cookie recipes and decorating tips.
they are used too track data that you have searched to show you recommendations you might want!!
Cookies are a delicious and sweet baked good, they are round andindividually sized. Some popular cookies are chocolate chipcookies, Famous Amos, ginger snaps, and Oreos.
When you visit a website, the browser maintains cookies. Thesecookies help in faster loading of the web pages.