What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device when you browse most websites. They are used by web developers to improve your user experience by including additional functionality, ranging from saving your settings during and between visits to noting your site visit for analytical purposes.
There are two types of cookies
All cookies can be permanently disabled using your browser's security options, although most websites will fail to function correctly without cookies.
For more information on how to disable cookies please consult the About Cookies website.
Cookies used on the Potterton Project Hub website
Below is a list of the different cookies we use on our website. These cookies are either set by ourselves (Potterton), or from other websites such as Google. Cookies that are set by Potterton are known as first party cookies, whereas cookies set from other websites are known as third party cookies. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee the listing of every cookie set from a third party website, as they can change at any time.
PHPSESSID: It's the identifier for your current session in PHP. It is for the internal functioning PHP for the security and is not permanently stored
bilendi_member_connected: Indicates whether a user is connected
_ga: We use Google Analytics to assist with monitoring, and identifying areas of the site that can be improved. The _ga cookie is used to uniquely identify you as a visitor to this site. This is achieved by generating two random 32-bit numbers and setting them in a cookie, no personal information or data is tracked.
_gat: We use Google Analytics to assist with monitoring, and identifying areas of the site that can be improved. Your personal details are not tracked.
The _gat cookie is used to throttle the request rate back to Google.
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