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The Cookie class procedures are called to get or set a website cookie. It's great for website customization without requiring a visitor to sign in.
The draw back to this is that a cookie will expire. That means that if a visitor doesn't visit the website before the cookie expires, the visitor will need to configure the setting(s) again.
Cookies are restrictive locally when using ports because they don't differentiate a cookie. That means that localhost:80 and localhost:5050 share cookies, so when cookies share the same name, the websites will get/set each others cookies.
The class name is Cookie.
Calling a procedure would look something like: Cookie.GetCookie(CookieName)
There are two customized functions that come from W3Schools, GetCookie() and SetCookie(). The rest are GetCookie() embedded variants.