You may change cookies settings on your browser to enable it to automatically accept or reject cookie storage requests when the browser is closed, along with other additional options.
Technical cookies This type of cookie provides information on the user’s use of the site, such as the pages visited or if they have experienced access-related problems. These cookies do not identify who you are, as the information they collate is anonymous and will be used only to improve site design, browsing, user statistics etc. They enable the site to function more smoothly and in line with user preferences.
Traffic log cookies These are created when you sign in or when you start a session as a site user.
Personalisation cookies These cookies personalise site functions and content in line with the data obtained from the browser.
Session cookies These cookies store the information needed during the session and the changes relating to it, and also determine if it is stored on the site or not.
Process cookies Process cookies enable the site to operate and offer the user the services they expect in accessing the site so that they may, for example, browse pages or access secure areas.
|ASPSessionId||Session cookie||Used to define the status of the session and record the visitor’s session, it is not intrusive and does not store records between visits or on different sites. Used to manage the start of sessions and also for shopping baskets. It forms part of our content manager and remains constant throughout the session.|
|polCookId||10 years||Used to check if the visitor has been informed of the site’s cookies policy.|
Technical third-party cookies
|PHPSessid||Session cookie||Corresponding to "protectwebform.com" for the implementation of Captchas for web forms.|
You may configure your browser to enable, block, delete or disable the cookies installed on your PC by configuring your browser options. If you choose not to enable the installation of cookies on your browser, you may not be able to access some of the site’s sections or functions.
Click on the links below (depending on the browser you use) to obtain more information on configuring the browser and disabling or managing the installation of cookies to ensure that they are automatically deleted when the browser is closed or the PC or device is switched off:
Internet Explorer (Version 11)
Internet Explorer (Version 10)
Internet Explorer (Version 9)
Internet Explorer (Version 7 & 8)
Internet Explorer (Version 6)
Generally speaking, browser caches and cookies can be easily be deleted on most browsers, usually by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Delete.
Last updated in February 2014.