Updated: March 1st, 2021
What is a cookie?
An HTTP cookie or a cookie module is a special text, often encoded, sent by a server to a web browser and then sent back (unmodified), every time the browser makes a request to the server. Cookies are used for authentication and to track the user behavior; typical applications are storing the user preferences and implementation of a shopping cart.
Read more about cookies on the Wikipedia page.
List of cookies used by our website
Essential cookies are required for common functionality: placing an order, customer account authentication and authorization, and protection against cyberattacks. The website cannot fully function without essential cookies.
Preference cookies are used to improve the user experience and the website functionality, but are not essential for website functionality. These include your decision regarding allowed cookies and newsletter subscription. Using preference cookies, you are not asked again the "question".
These are cookies used by Google Analytics. They help us better understand where the website visitors are coming from, what pages they are accessing and how they are using our website.
How can you control the cookies?
You can block or delete cookies from your web browser settings.
If you want to delete existing cookies in your browser, or you want to configure your browser to not save cookies, you can edit your browser settings. For more information, see your web browser documentation, e.g.:
- Cookie settings in Chrome: Chrome
- Cookie settings in Firefox: Firefox
- Cookie settings in Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer
- Cookie settings in Edge: Edge
- Cookie settings in Safari: Safari
- Cookie settings in iOS: iOS
- Cookie settings in Opera: Opera
If you are using a browser that is not listed above, read your browser documentation regarding cookies settings.