aboutcookies

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There are several different types of cookies that all play a different part in either making your life easier, or helping the web site owner to provide content relevant to you.

For more information on what types of cookies there are, and how they work click the arrow on the right.

Types of Cookies

You can determine who can set cookies on your PC and what types they can use, by changing the settings in your browser.


You can find out how to access these settings by clicking the arrow on the right.

What are Cookies used for?

You can determine who can set cookies on your PC and what types they can use, by changing the settings in your browser.


You can find out how to access these settings by clicking the arrow on the right.

Managing Cookies

To delete and manage cookies that your browser accepts there are details here on how to do this in the major browsers.

Deleting Cookies

Using Cookies on your site

Writing Cookies on  your site

We explain in easy to understand terms, how you can write cookies

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Reading Cookies you have set

An easy to follow guide to reading cookies you have set

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Deleting Cookies you have set

Cookies cannot be deleted directly from a web page, you have to ‘expire’ them so that the browser can delete them for you

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What are Cookies used for?

Cookies are used for many things, such as remembering your colour preferences, username and password for a site, items in your shopping trolley, when you last visited and much more.

Cookie Uses (some examples):


Web pages have no memory of their own. A user going from page to page will be treated by the web site as a completely new visitor to each page without the use of a cookie. Session cookies give the web page some short term memory, and enable the web site you are visiting to keep track of your movement as you move around the site so you don't get asked for the same information more than once. Cookies allow you to move around the web site  quickly and easily without having to re-authenticate or reprocess each new area you visit.


The most common example of session cookie use, is the shopping cart feature of any e-commerce site. When you add an item to your cart on one page, it is written to the session cookie, when you move to another page and select another item, it is added to the session cookie. When you select open or view cart all the items you selected will be visible. Without session cookies (either because you deleted it or chose not to accept them in your browser), the cart would be empty and shopping on-line would become impossible.


Persistent cookies can remember things much longer depending upon the expiry date that was set when the cookie was written, and persistent cookies will often be used to remember things such as your site colour preferences, home page, user name and password, customer number, last time to visited and so on.


These can then be used the next time you visit to save you having to re-enter or select them every time you visit the site.


This type of cookie is also used by sites like Google Analytics, to analyse how often people visit, whether they are first time visitors, how long they remain on a page etc. This information is then used by the site owner to understand how visitors react to the site pages and content, and allows them to modify their site to better suit the users.  


You can adjust your session cookies through the settings feature of your browser.

Fortune Design Cookie Info

Get a Cookie Info Panel pop-up for your web site. If your site uses cookies you must comply with the EU Directive.


Cookie Info Panel V1 is a popular cookie Info pop-up that can also be used to control the setting of cookies by your site, it was introduced after the changes to the EU Directive that accepted Implied Consent.


It is designed specifically for Serif Web Plus X5 and X6 and is fully customisable.

It will take your sites colour scheme automatically so it blends in with your site easily.


You can get more information on Cookie Info Panel 1.0  here

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