A request is simply an order placed on the server for a page to be delivered back to the visitor.
The most common requests are email, text, cookies, and so on. The reason to use them is to be able to access your website’s front page. In the main menu of a new web site, you’ll see a number of items that you can use to access your website’s front page.
If you’re not at the front page of a new web site, then just use the back button on your main menu item, and click on the title: “I want to see your homepage” in the upper right-hand corner. It takes a moment to figure out what’s going on.
When you’re on the site, you can’t see any of the pages, but you can still access all pages.
Another way to think of it is: If you go to the site and dont want to remember the page youre on, then you can still access all the pages. Just because there arent any pages on the site, doesn’t mean that you can’t still access them.
The thing about forms is that theyre very easy to ignore. It doesnt even matter if you are on your computer, you dont have to worry about getting a cookie, or if the server sending the request knows how much youre using your computer. You can just go to the site and fill out the form.
If you do something you dont want to remember, the only way you can do it is to get a cookie or a random page from the server. The only way to make sure you don’t get a cookie, is by not doing anything.