What are cookies
Cookies are short text files created by a web server and stored on your computer via your browser. When you return to the same website at a later date, the browser sends the stored cookie back and the server retrieves all the information it has previously stored for you. Cookies are used by the vast majority of websites.
How cookies are divided
Cookies can be divided according to who places them on your website:
1. First party cookies - these are limited to the domain of the website you are viewing. These cookies are considered more secure.
2. Third party cookie - these are placed using a script from another domain. This allows users to be tracked across domains. They are often used to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising channels.
According to their durability, cookies can be divided into:
1. Short-term (session cookies) - they are deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
2. Long-term (persistent cookies) - they are retained after you close your browser, they are only deleted after a very long period of time (this depends on your browser and cookie settings). You can also delete them manually.
1. Technical - they enable the basic functions of the website (e.g. login or purchase). These cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of our website and are placed without your consent.
2. Functional - cookies that allow, for example, to remember a user's language or region. These cookies are involved in the correct setting of the website and are not involved in tracking user activity. We consider functional cookies to be necessary and therefore do not place them on the website without your consent.
3. Analytical - used to collect non-anonymous data about user behaviour. Based on these, we can modify the site to make it easier for you to use.
They can be enabled as "Analytical cookies" in the settings.
4. Marketing - used to target ads to users who have already visited our website.
They can be enabled as "Marketing cookies" in the settings.
5. Conversion - we can use them to evaluate the success of campaigns.
They can be enabled as "Analytics cookies" in the settings.
6. Personalisation - various tools help us to personalise content - tailoring the site based on what you've viewed. Similarly, the tools help us customize search results based on other users' search information.
They can be enabled as "Preference" cookies in the settings.
What are the different cookies used for on the website
The cookies that are used on this site are divided into categories and you can find out more about each category below and enable or disable some or all of them. Once you disable categories that were previously allowed, all cookies assigned to that category will be removed from your browser. You can also see a list of the cookies that are assigned to each category and detailed information in the cookie statement.
Some cookies are required to ensure basic functionality. Without these cookies, the site will not function properly. They are enabled by default and cannot be disabled.
Name Domain Expiry Time Description
PHPSESSID www.geneagram.com 14 days A cookie that takes care of storing logins
^_nss geneagram.com Until session ends Necessary protection against XSS attacks
Analytical cookies help us improve our website by collecting information and reporting on its use.
Domain Name Expiry Time Description
^_ga .google.com 2 years Google Analytics
_ga .google.com 1 day Google Analytics
Setting cookies in the cookie bar
If you choose to withdraw your consent to certain categories of cookies or change the settings of the cookies we use, you can do so directly here, via the button below.
Deleting cookies in the browser
You can delete cookies in your browser - usually located in the "History" of visited pages.
Blocking cookies in the browser
Browsers allow you to block cookies from being placed on you computer. In this case, however, the functionality of this website will be limited. For information on how to set your browser to store cookies, please visit your browser provider's website: