Browse Safely

You might be worried that someone might know you have visited this website. If so, please read the following safety information.

EXIT button

On the bottom left side of the website there is a red button you can click on to leave the site quickly.
However, do not forget to delete your history information.
Why is it important to delete your browser history?

All browsers save information that includes the websites you have visited. This is normally known as “history”. If you share the computer you are using right now with other people, it is important that you take the time to clear the history information.

If you know what browser you are using, then skip to the relevant instructions below. If you do not know the type of browser you are using, click on ‘Help’ on the toolbar at the top of the browser screen. A drop down menu will appear, the last entry will say About Internet Explorer, About Mozilla Firefox, or something similar. The entry refers to which browser type you are using – you should then refer to the relevant instructions below.

Deleting your history


  • Internet Explorer and Firefox
    Hold down the Ctrl key on the keyboard, then press the H key. Then, find all entries that say, right-click bottom on the mouse, and delete.
  • Google Chrome
    Hold down at the same time the Ctrl and Shift keys and then press the Delete key. Select the time range you would like to delete and click on Clear Data.
  • Safari (Mac)
    Select “History” from the toolbar menu on top of the screen and select “Clear History…” at the bottom. Once you do this, you will be given a choice, you can delete “the last hour”, “today”, “today and yesterday”, and “all history”. When you’ve decided, you can click the “Clear History” button and the history will be clear per your preference.

Private browsing


All leading web browsers have a “private browsing” mode that, once enabled, stores nothing about your activity on your computer in that browsing window. This won’t stop online services from seeing what you get up to, but it won’t leave any traces of your activity on your computer (no history, web cache or anything else) and so it’s always a useful first step to take.

  • Internet Explorer
    Go to Safety – Tools – “InPrivate Browsing”.
  • Firefox
    Click the Menu button with three horizontal lines – “New Private Window”.
  • Google Chrome
    Click the Menu button with three horizontal lines and select “New Incognito Window”. Similar options can be found in Opera and Safari.