What are cookies? (not the biscuits I am talking about here!! Sorry)
Sometimes cookies remember what you were looking at and at that point they can help provide the website with information about what kind of product you last looked at and it will offer you similar or related things.
Cookies in general collect details about the pages you are looking at when you access a website via the same computer or device. This includes information about the pages you viewed, and the trail of pages you have looked at within one website.
I do not collect or record information on your name, address or other contact details unless you send me your information through one of the contact forms. My cookies are only here to monitor your browsing behaviour so that I can see if my website is working, if I deliver the correct information to my existing and potential clients.
The cookies that are stored on your computer or other device when you access my websites are designed by:
I use Google Analytics software on my website to collect information about how you use my website. I do this to help make sure that my website site is meeting the needs of my existing and potentially new clients and it also helps me to make continuous improvements to my website.
Google Analytics stores information about:
I do not collect or store your personal information (for example your first or last name or address). So none of this information can be used to identify who you are when you visit my website.
I have also enabled IP address anonymisation so that my website users’ IP addresses are not transmitted to Google. You can read about this here.
The main purposes for which cookies are used mainly are:
If you want to disable cookies on your computer or device, you need to change your website browser settings to no longer allow cookies to be placed. Because there are many different browsers out there, they all work differently. So please check your own browser, and then you can search online for something like "How to disable cookies in Internet Explorer" (and then replace the words "Internet Explorer" with the browser you are using, such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera etc.).
This depends on which cookies you disable. Generally, this might prevent many websites from operating normally and you might see error messages or jumbled up pages when the cookies are not enabled. There is also an option to switch off Third Party Cookies only which for most websites will not have any effect on them working correctly. If you disable all cookies, you might be unable to see some pages on my website.