Belje administers the following webpages:
What are cookies?
Cookie represents information stored on your computer by the webpage you are visiting. Cookies usually save your settings and webpage settings, such as preferred language or address. Each time you return to the website, your internet browser sends cookies back to the webpage to which they belong. By doing so, the webpage is able to show information tailored to your preferences.
What is the purpose of cookies?
Webpages store small amounts of data (cookies) on your computer to ensure their proper functioning and enhance your browsing experience.
What information is in a cookie?
Cookies may store a wide range of information, including personal data (such as your name or e-mail address). However, such information may be stored only if you have given your permission to do so. Namely, Belje webpages cannot access any information that you have not provided to them and they cannot access other files stored on your computer. You cannot see default activities related to storing and sending cookies. However, you may change your internet browser settings and choose whether you would like to accept or decline cookie requests, delete saved cookies automatically when closing the browser and other.
If you use Belje webpages without changing the settings to disable cookies, you allow cookies to be used and stored on your computer. If you choose to decline cookies, they cannot be stored on your computer. You can still browse the webpages, but their particular features will be unavailable.
How to disable cookies?
By disabling cookies, you decide whether you will allow cookies to be stored on your computer or not. Cookie settings may be controlled and configured in your internet browser.
If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the features of Belje webpages.
What type of cookies do Belje webpages use and why?
- Session cookies – temporary cookies that expire (and are automatically deleted) after you close the browser. Webpages use session cookies to enable you to access web content and leave comments (which can be done after logging into the webpage with your login credentials).
- Persistent cookies – they usually have a very long expiration date and will remain stored in your browser until they expire or until you delete them manually. Belje webpages use persistent cookies for functions such as “Keep me signed in”, which allows registered users to browse our webpages more easily. Also, we use persistent cookies to have a better understanding of users’ habits so that we could improve our webpages by tailoring them to your preferences. However, such information is anonymous – we do not see individual user data.
Do Belje webpages use third-party cookies?
There are several third-party services that store limited cookies. Such cookies are not set by Belje webpages, but some of them are necessary for proper functioning of various features that allow registered users to access web content more easily. The following are currently enabled:
- Social networks – users can share their posts on Facebook and Google+, which will store cookies on your computer.
- Website traffic – Belje webpages use a website traffic service – Google Analytics.
If you want to prevent the above-mentioned services from storing cookies on your computer, you can block them.
Additional information about disabling cookies
At the moment, there are several webpages related to disabling cookies used by various services.
Additional information about this topic may be found on the following links: