Cookies policy

 

By means of our website, we always wish to provide our visitors with the latest information that is relevant for them. Based on knowing what our visitors are interested in and what they are looking for on our website, we can offer them the right contents. We never forward data to third persons and we never monitor visitors as individuals, but completely anonymously.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files, which are saved by most websites onto the devices with which users access the internet. Saving cookies is fully controlled by users, as they can restrict or disable the saving of cookies in the browser that they use.

Types of cookies

  1. Session cookies

This type of cookies enables you to use the necessary components for the proper operation of a website. Without them, the services that you wish to use on this website would not operate properly (e.g. registration, the shopping process, etc.).

  1. Persistent cookies

This type of cookies collects data on how users behave on a website with the purpose of improving the experiential component of the website (e.g. which sections of the website are most frequently visited). These cookies do not collect information through which a user could be identified.

  1. Functional cookies

Such cookies enable a website to remember some of your settings and choices (e.g. user name, language, region) and provide advanced and personalised functions. Such cookies may enable the tracking of your activities on a website.

  1. Targeted advertising cookies

Such cookies are most frequently used by advertising and social networks (third pages) with the purpose of showing targeted advertisements, restricting recurring advertisements, or measuring the effectiveness of advertising agencies. Such cookies may enable the tracking of your activities online.

Why are cookies necessary?

Cookies are used by most websites, as they enable a convenient way of keeping contents fresh, appropriate and in accordance with the interests and preferences of online users. Based on statistical data concerning website traffic, which is also provided by cookies, website administrators may assess the effectiveness of the website concept as well as the suitability of the type and number of advertisements offered to users on their websites

Disabling cookies

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. Cookies can be disabled in browser settings at any time. Information on cookie settings in individual browsers are available if you click on the following links:

 

Cookies

What are cookies and what are they for Cookies are small text files that are uploaded to your computer by websites you visit. Cookies are widely used to operate websites operated or to operate more efficiently, as well as to obtain information from website owners.

A list of cookies that we use to operate the website

NAME PURPOSE DURATION
viewed_cookie_policy The cookie is set to “yes” when the user sees and agrees to the Cookie law information banner. 1 year
_icl_current_language The cookie comes from the WordPress WPML plugin for multilingual support. Stores the value of the language set for page viewing. 1 day
wordpress_* Cookie for logged in user. Browser session duration Browser session duration
wordpress_logged_in_* Cookie for logged in user. Browser session duration
woocommerce_cart_hash A cookie stores an encrypted string that represents the contents of a WooCommerce shopping cart. Browser session duration
woocommerce_items_in_cart A cookie records if items are present in the WooCommerce shopping cart. Browser session duration
woocommerce_recently_viewed Cookie keeps a box with up to 15 last viewed items. Browser session duration
wp_woocommerce_session_* The cookie stores a unique identifier for the shopper and is used to search for a shopping cart among shoppers’ data. 1 day
_ga The cookie serves to differentiate users. Source: Google Analytics 2 years
_gid The cookie serves to differentiate users. Source: Google Analytics 24 hours
_gat The cookie is used to block requests. Source: Google Analytics 1 minute
__utma The cookie serves to distinguish between users and sessions. Source: Google Analytics 2 years
__utmt The cookie serves to block requests. Source: Google Analytics 10 minutes
__utmb The cookie is used to specify new sessions / visits. Source: Google Analytics 30 minutes
__utmc The cookie is used to specify new sessions / visits. Source: Google Analytics Browser session duration
__utmz The cookie stores the source of traffic or campaigns and serves to determine the arrival on the website. Source: Google Analytics 6 months
__utmv The cookie stores custom user variables. Source: Google Analytics 2 years

To prevent Google Analytics from being tracked on all sites, visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.