They allow us to know its behavior as you navigate through the website, which means we can improve your experience through it.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files generated by the web pages you visit, which contain the session data that can be useful later on the website. The data allow the website to maintain information between pages, and also to discuss how to interact with the site.
The cookies are safe because they can only store information that was put in place by the browser, which is information that the user entered in the browser or included in the page request. You can not run the code and can not be used to access your computer. If a website encrypts the information in the cookie, only the site can read the information.
There are two types of cookies: session and persistent. They are used for different things and contain different information
Session cookies contain information that is used within your current browser session. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Nothing remains on your computer beyond the time spent on the site.
Persistent cookies are used to store information that is used between visits. These data allow websites to recognize that you are a regular customer and react accordingly. Persistent cookies have a lifetime value that is set on the website, which can vary from a few minutes or several years.
Why Cookies are used?
With Google Analytics cookies allow us to track the user within the web page. This gives us valuable insights that allow us to improve the site and the services we offer.
Disabling and Deleting cookies
All browsers allow you to limit the behavior of a cookie or disable cookies in the settings or browser options. The steps to do this are different for each browser, you can find instructions in the help menu of your browser.
Through your browser, you can also see the cookies that are on your computer and delete them as it sees fit. Cookies are text files, you can open and read the contents. The data within them is usually encrypted with a numeric key corresponding to an Internet session so often has no meaning beyond the website who wrote it.