Typefolk uses small files which help the site to perform necessary functionality and help to collect information about how you browse and navigate the site so improvements can be made. These files are saved to your device and are known as (‘cookies’).
All About Cookies.org provides detailed information on cookies if you would like further insight.
- To handle administrator and registered user sessions when logging in and out of the site.
- To track notifications you may see on the site such as the EU Cookie Law consent box.
- To obtain anonymised analytical information about how you use the site through the third party Google Analytics, allowing for changes and improvements to be made based upon browsing activity.
How Cookies are Used
Necessary WordPress Cookies
These cookies are used to handle different user sessions and site functionality.
Necessary EU Cookie Law Notice Cookies
These cookies are used to remember your response to the EU Cookie Law consent box.
Anonymised Google Analytics Cookies
These cookies are used to record which pages and content on the site you use. They enable Typefolk to monitor statistics and data to ensure visitors are getting the most out of the site. These cookies make use of anonymised data and do not track you or your I.P address.
The cookies used in conjunction with Google Analytics allow for the following information to be collected:
- How you got to the site, for example from a Google search or from a link on another site.
- What type of browser and device you are using to view the site.
- What location you viewed the site from, such as country, state, city or town, but not your address.
- What pages you visit on the site.
- What features of the site you interact with.
- Whether it is the first time you have visited the site or if you are a returning visitor.
Last updated on 2nd May, 2020