Cookie Policy

This Cookies policy is written by WordPress Web Dev. “We,” “our,” and “ours” represent WordPress Web Dev.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that are stored on your computer or other mobile or portable devices (such as a smartphone or tablet) whenever you surf this website. This website makes use of cookies to collect information. They help to improve your user experience by keeping track of when you visit our website so that your interaction with our site is faster and easier.

Cookies are required for our website to function. Cookies are also used to customise the items and services offered and promoted to our customers, both on this site and elsewhere.

Below are the cookies we employ and their purposes.

  • Google Analytics (_utmc, _utmb, _utmz, _utma,) – These cookies collect data on how people interact with our site. The data is used to produce reports and assist us in improving the site. The cookies keep track of figures, including the number of site visitors, the web pages they visited, and where they came from, anonymously.
  • Session (PHPSESSID) – This cookie is required for the proper functioning of certain parts of the website. It is deleted after you shut your browser. Personal information is not saved.
  • Whoson (Whoson) – The Whoson service uses this cookie to assist us in providing online chat services to our website’s visitors. This cookie generates a random number that is unique to each visitor. The cookie does not collect any information that could be used to identify a person.
  • Persistent (Username) – We use a persistent cookie to keep track of whether you’ve read our cookie policy. This ensures that you don’t see the same message again on your next visit to make your experience on our website better. This cookie is kept on your computer for one year after it has been set. It isn’t deleted when you quit your browser, only when it expires or when you remove the cookies from it.

Information collected

Cookies are files containing small amounts of data that a website transfers to your computer or mobile device when you visit it. Cookies collect information on how individuals use a website, such as which pages they view and where they go within the site’s customer journey. We don’t collect or record information about people’s names, addresses, or other contact details using cookies. Cookies may be used to monitor user behaviour; however, third parties are not able to identify users based on cookies.

Who sets the cookies?

Cookies are set by Elementary Digital Ltd, our partners who work with us to provide a high-quality website and other third parties when you use this website.

Cookies may also be set by third parties that work with us in affiliate marketing partnerships. These third parties do not collect any personal information from which they could identify individual consumers.