Cookies are small pieces of data saved and stored by your computer, tablet or smartphone during your visits to various internet sites. A cookie will typically contain the name of its website of origin, its lifetime (that is, the lifespan of the cookie), and a randomly generated unique number used to identify the browser through which a connection is made to the website.
|Type of cookie
|Name of the cookie
|Purpose of cookie
|Will the deletion of a cookie render the website unusable?
|qtrans_cookie_test, WP-cookie-info, icl_current_language (WordPress)
|Storage the user’s session ID and current language version.
|PREF, testcookie, khcookie, NID, SNID, _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz
|Google Maps, Google Analytics, Google ads – Collecting anonymous statistics. More on: http://www.google.pl/intl/pl/policies/technologies/types/.
By default, a browser allows cookies to be stored in the user’s terminal equipment. This can be changed in the browser settings so as to block the automatic acceptance of cookies or to notify the user each time cookies are being sent to their device. Detailed information on cookie settings and options is available in the software (internet browser) settings tab.