What is a “cookie”?
Cookies are small files which are placed on your computer when you access a website – amongst other things; they help the website user to navigate efficiently between pages and the website operator to track usage of the site. Cookies cannot contain viruses or anything else that might harm your computer.
We use the information collected to analyse trends and improve our site for our customers. Our cookies also enable us to market to individual customers based on their usage.
Can I disable cookies?
Yes, your browser will enable you to disable cookies and further information can be found in the “Help” section of your browser.. However, you should note that if you chose to do this, it may have an impact on the quality of your browsing experience.
Category 1: Strictly necessary cookies
|ASP.NET_SessionId||Each time a user calls such an application, a unique session ID will be affiliated to the user. If the application chooses to store such session data, this will be stored via the cookie. Such cookies will expire immediately once a session ends (i.e. when you close a browser).|
|.ASPXAUTH||Authorisation cookies by ASP.Net web applications when users log into an application using the .Net Framework. Information stored here is encrypted and again only valid for the lifetime of a session, so again when you close the browser the cookie will be removed.|
|PortalRoles||When logged into the website, the PortalRoles cookie is used to maintain the security roles which the user is within for the CMS.|
|Edit Mode||The Edit Mode cookie used to handle the edit view which the user in. If Edit mode is selected, the cookie is populated and the edit icons are visible.|
|Move Mode||When CMS parts are moved between the web page columns and applied, the cookie is used to maintain the state.|
|CartID||The CartID cookie is used with the eCommerce engine to store information about products stored inside the shopping basket.|
Category 2: Performance cookies
|_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz||The Google Analytics cookies are created as part of a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. Google Analytics sets cookies in order to evaluate use of those services and compile a report for us.|
Category 3: Functionality cookies
|cookiePopup||This cookie is used to record whether the user has decided to continue browsing through the site by allowing cookies to be stored on their computer.|