A cookie is a segment of data that is stored in the user's browser in order to offer more information to the web server about it, thus allowing it to remember certain parameters and information about the user, achieving greater personalization and analysis of behavior.
Types of Cookies:
There are different types of cookies, which can be classified according to their purpose when obtaining information about the user:
** Technical cookies: These are those that are essential to allow the user to navigate through a web page, such as those that allow the data of an online order to be stored.
** Personalization cookies: This type allows you to customize the functions or contents of the website based on the data obtained from the browser. Through these cookies we can present a website in the same language of the browser used to visit the website.
** Analysis cookies: They are used for statistical purposes only. A clear example could be the cookies generated by the Google Analytics tracking script.
** Advertising and behavioral advertising cookies: These are all those that aim to improve the effectiveness of advertising spaces. Thus, Google's advertising network or ad servers include this type of technology to provide the desired service to their customers.
You can get more information about cookies and their use at www.aboutcookies.org
Cookies used on this website:
_ga: Originating page (s): The first page visited by the Internet user. Originating Party (Third Party): Google Analytics. Developed by Google Inc. Data collected by the cookie: Page visits. Purpose: to distinguish users. Expiration: 2 years from the end of the last visit.
_gat: Originating page (s): The first page visited by the Internet user. Originating Party (Third Party): Google Analytics. Developed by Google Inc. Data collected by the cookie: Page visits Purpose: It is used to limit the percentage of requests. Expiration: 1 minute.
Local Storage: Own Cookies, are strictly necessary for correct navigation.Purpose: maintain the user's session. Expiration: at the end of the session.
pll_language: It allows to differentiate between the different tracking objects that are created in the session. Purpose: This Cookie specifies the user's language settings and remembers them when they visit the website again. Expiration: 1 year.
_gid: Originating page (s): The first page visited by the Internet user. Originating Party (Third Party): Google Analytics. Developed by Google Inc. Purpose: It is an identifier that allows users to be organized by groups. Expiration: 24 hours.
Woocommerce_cart_hash: Originating party (Third party): Woocommerce. Purpose: Allows the functionality of the shopping cart. Expiration: At the end of the browsing session.
Woocommerce_items_in_cart: Originating party (Third party): Purpose: Pick up if products have been added to the cart. Expiration: At the end of the browsing session.
wp_woocommerce_session: Originating Party (Third Party):Woocommerce. Unique user identifier. Expiration: 2 days.
How to manage cookies on computers:
When you open the browser, click 'tools' at the top and select the 'options' tab. Within options, click 'privacy'. Mark 'allow the administration of cookies'.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
When you open the browser, click 'tools' at the top and select the 'options' tab. Check the 'Privacy' tab making sure it is configured with a medium or lower security level. If the Internet configuration is not medium, cookies will be blocked.
When you open the browser, click 'tools' at the top and select the 'options' tab. Select the Privacy icon Click on cookies, and check: 'allow the installation of cookies'.
When opening the browser, click 'tools' at the top and select the 'options' tab. Click on the 'Security' tab and check if the option 'Block access to third-party cookies' is checked or not. Click on 'save'.
The installation of cookies on Mac
If you have a Mac and want to allow access to our cookies on your computer, please follow the instructions below:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX
1. Enter 'Explorer' and select 'Preferences' in the navigation bar.
2. Scroll down until you see 'Cookies' just below received files.
3. Check “Don't ask again”.
Safari on OSX
1. Enter Safari and select 'Preferences' in the navigation bar.
2. Click on the 'Security' tab and check the option 'accept cookies'
3. Select the option: 'Only from the current site where I am browsing'
Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
1. Enter 'Mozilla' or 'Netscape' and at the top of your browser, check the 'Preferences' option
2. Scroll down until you see 'Cookies' just below 'Privacy and Security'.
3. Check the option 'Allow access of cookies only from the current site'
1. Enter 'Opera' and select 'Menu' and 'Settings' in the navigation bar.
2. Select 'Preferences' and click on the 'Advanced' tab.
3. Check the option 'Accept cookies'