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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Find out more about how we use cookies below.

What are cookies on websites?

Cookies are small files of information that a web server generates and sends to a web browser. Web browsers store the cookies they receive for a predetermined period of time, or for the length of a user's session on a website. They attach the relevant cookies to any future requests the user makes of the web server. Cookies help inform websites about the user, enabling the websites to personalize the user experience. For example, ecommerce websites use cookies to know what merchandise users have placed in their shopping carts. In addition, some cookies are necessary for security purposes, such as authentication cookies (see below). The cookies that are used on the Internet are also called "HTTP cookies." Like much of the web, cookies are sent using the HTTP protocol.

What are cookies on websites?

You can use your browser to restrict, block, or delete cookies from or any other website. To discover how to modify your cookie preferences, please consult your browser's 'Help' menu as each one is unique.

Several browsers have the do not track (DNT) option, and some of the more recent ones have it set as the default. If you enable it, a signal is sent to websites asking them not to track your browsing, for example by ad networks, social networks, or analytics firms. Our website does not presently reply to DNT requests since no industry-wide consistent standard has been agreed upon and implemented to specify how DNT requests should be handled. We'll keep looking into DNT and other emerging technologies, but we won't react to DNT requests until that standard is created.

Please be aware that you might not be able to enjoy our website to its maximum potential if you disable cookies from

What are the different types of cookies used by

Based on where you are on our website, we utilise a variety of different cookies. The various sections can be made up of them:


User sessions:

Cookies make it possible to link a user's activity on a website to that user. A session biscuit has a distinctive string (a string made of of letters and numbers) that associates a user session with information and material that is pertinent to that user.

Let's say Alice is a member of a shopping website. She uses the website's home page to sign into her account. The website's server creates a session cookie and sends it to Alice's browser when she logs in. This biscuit instructs the website to load Alice's account content, resulting in the words "Welcome, Alice" appearing on the homepage. Alice next makes a purchase from a product page that features a pair of jeans. Alice's session cookie is sent along with an HTTP request from Alice's web browser to the website for the product page for the jeans. The website recognises Alice as a user because of this biscuit, so she need not re-log in when a new page loads.


By assisting a website to "remember" user behaviours or preferences, personalization is made possible for users.

Alice's login may be saved in a biscuit and transmitted to her web browser even if she logs out of the online store. The web server receives this biscuit from the web browser when Alice visits that website again, prompting Alice to sign in using her previous username.


A few cookies keep track of which websites people visit. The next time the browser needs to load content from that server, this information is communicated to the server that set the biscuit. When a browser loads a website that makes use of a third-party tracking cookie, this process occurs every time. If Alice had previously visited a website that delivered a tracking cookie to her browser, the cookie may have noted that Alice is currently reading a jeans product page. Alice might receive advertisements for jeans the next time she visits a website that makes use of this monitoring technology. Tracking cookies are not exclusively used for advertising, though. Tracking cookies are also used by several analytics providers to collect user activity data anonymously.

Customisation Cookies:

They help us recognise returning clients and personalise their experiences based on previous interactions. In order to recognise you when you return to, we could set an anonymous biscuit on your browser when you first visit. After you make a purchase, we may also set another biscuit on your browser. This enables us to remember you when you return to sign in, saving you the trouble of having to enter your login information again. Also, it enables us to tailor how you use the website going forward.

Cookies for search marketing and advertising: 

In order to display you individualised advertising when using search engines or browsing the Internet, we might also set cookies on your computer. You will still see advertisements when you browse the web if you choose not to accept these cookies; they will just not be personalised for you.

Advertising on other websites: 

When you visit other carefully chosen websites, this sort of advertising is meant to present you with a selection of goods based on what you've seen on According to your surfing history, the advertisements may present alternate designs and colours as well as complementary goods from different categories. This advertisements' technology is based on cookies.

How to disable search marketing and advertising cookies:

Installing the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on is always an option if you don't want Google Analytics to utilise your data. Visit the Google Analytics opt-out page and download the browser add-on to disable Analytics for the web. Here you may find out more about the opt-out and how to set up the browser add-on. With the Ads Options, you can choose not to use Google Analytics for Display Advertising and modify Google Display Network advertising.


Unauthorised cookies:
There may be certain cookies on your computer when you visit that are unrelated to the website. You might receive cookies from these websites if you visit a website that has embedded content, like a YouTube video. Since we have no control over how these cookies are placed, we advise you to visit their websites to learn more about their cookies and how to control them.

You might receive cookies from social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter if you choose to "share" material from with friends through those platforms. Since we have no control over how these cookies are placed, we advise you to visit their websites to learn more about their cookies and how to control them.

Website recording: 

We occasionally employ third-party tracking tools on our website, such as Visitor Analytics and Google Analytics. A service called Visitor Analytics examines the online activities and opinions of website visitors. The service functions by integrating analysis and feedback technologies, such as heatmaps, visitor recordings, conversion funnels from analytics, feedback tools like polls and surveys, incoming input, and the hiring of user testers.

Sites with visitor analytics enabled use cookies to collect non-personal information, such as anonymous usage data and information about your browsing habits. This enables to give you a better experience, recognise preferences, pinpoint technical issues, examine trends, and generally assist our clients in enhancing their websites.

Please note, sensitive information, such as card details, are censored.

About your device and browser, the following details could be gathered:

  • Device type (unique device identifiers), operating system, and browser type; Device IP address; Device screen resolution; Geographic location (country only);

  • the website's preferred language of display.

  • consumer interactions

  • mouse actions (movements, location and clicks)

  • Keypresses

  • Log information


Among the information is:

  • Referring domain

  • Visiting pages

  • The place where (country only)

  • The website's preferred language of display

  • The time and date that pages on a website were accessed

Further Information About Cookies

Visit this website to learn more about cookies in general and how to control them. If you'd like to opt out of cookies, please go to the NAI

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