Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
The cookies we use on this website
We use a number of different cookies on this website that are broadly grouped into the following categories:
These are cookies that are required for the operation of the website. You may not be able to use our website effectively without these cookies
The cookies we use
The table below explains the cookies we use and why.
|Cookie preference||indigo_cookie_consent||This cookie is used to remember a user’s choice about cookies on this website. Where users have previously indicated a preference, that user’s preference will be stored in this cookie.|
|Universal Analytics (Google)||_ga|
|These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone, including the number of visitors to the website and blog, where visitors have come to the website from and the pages they visited.|
Read Google’s overview of privacy and safeguarding data
|Wordfence||wfwaf-authcookie-(hash)||This cookie is used by the Wordfence firewall to perform a capability check of the current user before WordPress has been loaded. This cookie is only set for users that are able to log in to WordPress. It allows the Wordfence firewall to detect logged in users and allow them increased access. It also allows Wordfence to detect non-logged in users and restrict their access to secure areas. The cookie also lets the firewall know what level of access a visitor has to help the firewall make smart decisions about who to allow and who to block.|
|Wordfence||wf_loginalerted_(hash)||This cookie is used to notify the Wordfence admin when an administrator logs in from a new device. It is only set for users who log in, and only if the site administrator has enabled the option “Only alert me when that administrator signs in from a new device”, or the similar option for non-administrator users. It helps site owners know whether there has been a user login from a new device.|
|Wordfence||wfCBLBypass||Wordfence offers a feature for a site visitor to bypass the country blocking feature by accessing a hidden URL. This cookie helps track who should be allowed to bypass the country blocking feature. When a hidden URL defined by the site administrator is visited, this cookie is set to verify the user can access the site from a country restricted by the country blocking feature. This will be set for anyone who knows and visits the hidden URL. This cookie is not set for anyone who does not know the hidden URL to bypass country blocking. This cookie gives site owners a way to allow certain users from blocked countries to visit your site, even though the country they are located in has been blocked.|
How do I change my cookie settings?
To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set, visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:
Please be aware that disabling/blocking cookies may have a negative impact on the usability of many websites. In particular, you may not be able to access all or parts of the website or use the functionalities contained on it.
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Changes to these policies
It’s likely that we’ll need to update these policies from time to time. We’ll notify you of any significant changes, but you’re welcome to check back frequently to see any updates or changes.