What are Cookies?
A Cookie is a text file that is stored on a device that is being used to browse the Internet. Cookies are used to store user data during each session and were initially introduced to form part of online shopping carts
These Cookies are only temporary and are usually deleted by the browser at the end of the session.
Often referred to as Tracking Cookies, these Cookies will send information back to the website every time you visit.
These Cookies are created by third-party web sites that will often be referring a user from their web site to the web site in question.
Track and monitor the performance of our wesbite
We want to offer the best experince possible to our customers and by monitoring how visitors navigate our web site we can make any necesarry alterations.
Manage our marketing channels
Our advertising partners may create Cookies while you are visiting their website before referring you on to our web site. The reason for using this type of Cookie is to allow us to effectively track the flow traffic to our web site.
Provide information and products that are of more relevance to each customer
Based on your previous product views, we are able to suggest certain related products that may be of interest to you. These Cookies are used to try and offer a better shopping experience to our visitors.
Our website requires the use of certain Cookies to be able to function the way that it does.
These uses include:
- Shopping Cart fucntionality
- Back button operation and similar fucntionality
How to Enable Cookies on your Device
Firefox 2 or 3 for Windows:
Tools > Preferences > Privacy tab > Click the Accept cookies from site option > Ok button
Firefox 2 or 3 for Mac:
Firefox > Preferences > Privacy tab > Click the Accept cookies from site option > Ok button
Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8:
Tools > Internet Options > Privacy tab > Move the slider bar away from Block All Cookies > Apply button > Ok button
Opera for Windows:
Tools > Hover over Quick preferences > Click Enable Cookies
Opera for Mac:
Opera > Hover over Quick preferences > Click Enable Cookies
Safari 3 for Windows:
Edit > Preferences > Security tab > Click either the Always or Only from sites you navigate to option > Close the window
Safari 2 or 3 for Mac:
Safari > Preferences > Security tab > Click either the Always or Only from sites you navigate to option > Close the window
If you do not wish to change your current browser settings then we suggest that you add www.nandjinkjet.co.uk as an exception, which will enable cookies from our web site. If you are unsure about how to do this then we suggest checking the Help section or web site of your browser.
If you would like more detailed information about Cookies and their variety os uses, then please check out the following Wikipedia artcle:
Wikipedia: HTTP cookie