These websites were chosen because they both load quickly and are likely pages that would be natural for you to visit as a member of the LSU community. We provide two pages in the code because the code behaves differently across browser and device types.
At minimum, it should load a "safe" webpage when it is clicked. In some browsers it will also alter the state of the "back" button; so you may have to navigate back to the page in the original way you found it once you are ready to view the resources again.
As you visit various websites, your web browser (i.e, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Microsoft Edge) stores a record of these visits in the web browser history. A browser history is stored on desktop computers, mobile devices, and tablets.
Deleting your browser history can remove the information from immediate retrieval, but there are tools that can be used to retrieve it.
Software can be installed on your computer to monitor your website activity; these programs may also be used to steal your user names and passwords and can be used to access your email accounts or other data-sensitive resources you use.
If you believe your computer or mobile device is being monitored, you may want to take alternate precautions to prevent your abuser from following your online activities. Completely deleting your browser history may raise suspicion from your abuser. If you do not want to delete your browsing history try to make your history harder to track:
If you are unsure of how to clear your browser history or to browse privately, use your browser's "Help" feature to learn more about these features.