What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files stored on a user’s computer by their web browser, designed to store basic information (such as visitor preferences).

How are they used?

Cookies are used by ourselvee and our clients to identify how users interact with the site, so that we can see things like the most popular pages and the journey that users take though their site.

First Party cookies – These cookies are set by the domain of the website that you are visiting.

Third Party cookies – These cookies are set by a domain different to the one of the website that you are visiting.

Impressions

Cookies are also created to identify when a user has viewed an advert for a webdelica client on an external site.

The cookie contains a unique identifier and nothing else. If you subsequently visit their website, then we link that cookie (and hence the advert) to your visit, but if you never visit the website, the cookie is meaningless and will expire automatically, 90 days after you last saw one of the adverts.

Cross Domain Tracking

Some webadelica clients own more than one domain, or website, and wish to see how users move between these. In this instance a 3rd Party cookie will be created.

Can I opt out of cookies?

Yes. You can set your browser to reject cookies or you can delete them yourself. For full information on how to delete cookies please visit aboutcookies.org. You can also adjust your browser settings to your preferred level of protection.

Please Bear in mind that your browsing experience will be affected by disabling cookies and some features may not work at all.