What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is saved in your browser. They allow websites to recognize browsers that make subsequent requests and to store website settings within the web browser. This in turn allows websites to remember the user’s preferences, to enable users to securely log into secure areas and to create reports on which pages are popular, so that the website can be improved.
Cookies may be stored directly by a website that you visit (“first-party cookies”) or by third-party services that the website your visit depends upon (“third-party cookies”).
The cookies we use
When you visit our website, the following first-party and third-party cookies may be stored in your browser.
ReMappingUK.com Website cookies
These are first-party cookies that are required for the correct operation of our website. They include, for example, a cookie that enables our website to see you as a single visitor as you move from one page to another and to log securely into the website (the “sessionid” cookie).
ReMappingUK.com’s service permits websites to measure how many of their visitors are using adblocking technology, display customized messages to appeal to their visitors to stop blocking ads, and display alternative non-intrusive advertising. ReMappingUK.com’s service cookies are used to remember whether or not you are using adblock technology, to provide you with a unique anonymous identifier (so that you are not counted more than once), and to remember settings (such as whether or not you have dismissed an appeal message or opted-out of advertising).
Our website runs on the WordPress blogging platform. Various first-party wordpress cookies may be placed in your browser to ensure the correct operation of the website.
We use social network services such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to enable visitors to follow us or share links to our pages.
How to block cookies
You block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our site.
Most web browser settings are configured by default to accept both first-party cookies and third party cookies. However, you can adjust those settings to decide for yourself which cookies to accept or reject. You can also manually delete all cookies currently stored. Cookies are a standard part of most modern websites. We recommend that, for the highest functionality of our website, you accept the default configuration of your web browser.