A cookie (literally, "cookie"), also known as an HTTP cookie, web cookie, browser cookie, connection testimonial, or simply testimonial, is a small piece of data sent from a web- Site and stored in a text file created on the visitor's computer while it is browsing.
A cookie, also known as an HTTP cookie, web cookie, browser cookie, connection testimonial or simply testimony, a small piece of data sent from a web-to-cookie (English-language term meaning literally "cookie "), Site and stored text number created without a computer.
Each time the visitor loads the site, the browser sends the cookie back to the server to notify the web-site of the visitor's prior activity. Cookies are designed to be a trusted mechanism for web sites to recall status information (such as articles in the shopping cart) or to track a visitor's browsing activity (including card clicks, login, or logging of visited pages).
here are two groups of cookies that can be used:
ermanent Cookies - are cookies that are stored in your browser and your access equipment (pc, mobile phone and tablet) and that are always used that visitors a new visit on our sites. They are generally used to direct navigation to the user's interests, allowing us to provide a more personalized service.
Session Cookies - These are temporary cookies that remain on the visitor's browser until they leave the web site. Information obtained by these cookies serves to analyze web traffic patterns, allowing you to identify problems and provide a better browsing experience.
|Strictly Reverse Cookies||Enable non-web-browsing and use as their features as well as access to secure areas of the web-site. Without these cookies, services like login can not be provided.|
|Analytical Cookies||They are used for the purpose of creating and analyzing statistics in order to improve the functioning of the site.|
|Functional Cookies||Guarded as user user preferences, the form does not need to reconfigure the site each time you visit it.|
|Market cookies||Services and services provided by analytics tools (Google Analytics) or social interaction (Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, among others).|
All browsers allow the user to accept, decline or delete cookies, in particular by selecting the appropriate settings in their browser. You can set cookies in your browser's "options" or "preferences" menu.
Note, however, that by disabling cookies, you can prevent certain services on the web-site from functioning properly, affecting, in whole or in part, your browsing.
For more information about cookies, their objectives, functionality and security associated with them, we recommend reading the following pages:
Last modification: 10 April 2017