On labs.pixpro.net we use so called cookies so a customer login and comment function will function smoothly and for a better visitor experience.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that makes it possible to identify you as a visitor to a site. The cookie is stored on the device (e.g. smart phone, e-reader or computer) that you use to browse a website so it will recognize you on your return visit to the site.
You choose whether to accept the cookies stored on your device.
Choosing to accept cookies
You have the option to accept to save cookies from our site by clicking on the "I Accept cookies" button.
What happens if you do not accept cookies?
If you choose to disable the function on your device problems can occur when you log in, or to write comments on our site.
How can you choose to withdraw your consent to accept cookies?
You have the ability to revoke a consent to accept cookies. You do this by changing the settings on your device so that this no longer allow cookies. How you do this depends on the device you use.
If you are using:
smartphone, change the normal settings of your phone's browser
e-reader or pad, change the normal operating system settings
computer, you can change the settings on your browser.
On pixpro.net/labs we provide you with the option to stop accepting cookies for this site. If you click on the button "Stop accepting cookies from this site" cookies will no longer be placed on your device by this site and all cookies that have been placed on your device from this site will be removed.
Remember, doing this will stop you from being able to login or use any comment function on this site and your visiting experience will not be as we have intended.
The table below explains some of the cookies we use.
For more information visit Google Analitics
|_ga||Used to distinguish users.||2 years|
|_gat||Used to throttle request rate.||10 minutes|
|Joomla! Session cookie||(encripted name)||This cookie is used by Joomla! to recognising that you may already have given a username and password so you don't need to do it for every web page requested.||when user exits browser|
|Third-party cookies||We use a number of suppliers who may also set cookies on your device on its behalf, for example, Facebook.|