Cookies are a common feature used on almost all websites.
Most common use is to remember your login so you don't have to sign in everytime you come back!
A cookie is a small variable that is saved by your browser to allow a website to recognise it and to store some information about your preferences. Cookies are used for different reasons, including helping you to stay logged in to your account, measuring visits on our site, recognising and remembering your preferences and showing you personalised ads.
|SOWENGINE||System framework session name||30 days||Required|
|__dt||Device type - remember what device type you have (desktop or mobile) for a faster browsing & optimized elements (like images)||365 days||Required|
|_sfcu||Summary favourite count - used by logged users only.||30 days||Required|
|_rm||Remember me - function to remember you logged in.||30 days||Required|
|_bcvoted||Used to remember what you voted on blog.||3 days||Required|
|last_tab||Used to remember last tab (example: user account -> settings).||7 days||Required|
|unsub_*||* = encrypted hash. Used if you unsubscribed from newsletter.||365 days||Required|
|__gck||Global cookie identifier, used for orders.||365 days||Required|
|__aff||Affiliate id - used by affiliates as an identifier.||180 days||Required|
|__gdpr||GDPR Cookie consent, set only on accept.||365 days||Optional|
Functions like `main search suggestions` are not stored by your browser, are temporarily remembered by our servers in sessions until you go away (all of them are automatically erased once you close your browser).