Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of text used to store information on your web browser. They are neither good, nor bad, the are just a useful tool. It's what you do with them that can make them useful for good or otherwise.

This policy explains how we use cookies. Please refer to our Privacy Policy to learn how we process any data we collect via cookies.

Date of Last Revision: 14 May 2021

Cookies enable parts of our service to work. They help us provide, protect and improve our products and service to you. The cookies that we use may change a little from time to time as we update our products.

Login Authentication

We use cookies to determine when you're logged in as you move from page to page. Without authentication cookies, our server would not know it is you from one page to the next. The result would mean logging in again at every page you visited.

To enable functionality

We use cookies to enable some website functionality.

For example: Cookies help us store preferences, such as if you have closed the cookie notice bar.

Performance and Analytics

We use cookies to provide you with the best experience possible.

For example: Cookies help us learn how quickly pages load for different people, to know what size screens are used and whether everyone who uses our product has a good service.

Cookies can help us understand how people use our tool, which pages are most popular and how people move around between them. This can help us identify features that could be improved.

Browser cookie controls:

Your browser or device may offer settings that allow you to choose whether browser cookies are set and to delete them. For more information about these controls, visit your browser or device's help material. However, if you block the use of all cookies, our login system will not work properly

Type Name Purpose Expires
Essential Cookies PHPSESSID This cookie is part of the mechanism that allows users to remain logged in from page to the next.  When you close your browser

Essential Cookies

fe_typo_user This is also part of the mechanism for remaining logged in. It is a sort fo key that tells the web server where to look to find your login information.

When you close your browser

Technical Cookies klaro Stores your cookie preference choices, recording which you have accepted or rejected.


Technical Cookies

gsScrollPos This cookie remembers how far down a page you have viewed.

When you close your browser

Optional Cookies _ga
These cookies are set by the third party provider Google and enable us to use the Google Analytics software to understand how visitors use our website.

When you close your browser