Cookies can be divided into two types:
1. Functional cookies
Some cookies are indispensable for the proper functioning of our website. We use these cookies to remember your preferences. For example, these are cookies that are used to continue to recognize your preference of font size. This way, when switching to another page within the website, you do not have to indicate that you want to read the information in a larger font, for example.
2. Performance cookies
Blockade of cookies
Most internet browsers can be set in such a way that cookies are not accepted or that you are notified when you receive a cookie. How to do this depends on the browser you’re using. Please note that certain parts of the website will not or will not function optimally when you block cookies. The way you can disable cookies varies by browser. Read below for further explanation.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
If you use (a very old version of) Microsoft Internet Explorer, click “Tools,” “Internet Options,” and then go to the “Privacy” tab. Slide the internet zone setting all the way up, so that the status changes to “Block all cookies.”
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- Mozilla Firefox
In Mozilla Firefox, go to “Extra,” “Options,” “Privacy” tab. In the “Firefox will” bar, select “use custom settings for history.” Check out ‘Accept cookies from websites’ here.
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- Google Chrome
In Google Chrome, go to “Customize and manage Google Chrome” (to the right of the address bar in view. Then click “settings” and then click “View advanced settings.” Under the heading “privacy” you will find the “content settings” button. Click on this, and you can then indicate how you want to deal with cookies in the screen that appears.
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If you have trouble setting up, contact your browser provider or ask a friend.
After visiting the website you can choose to remove the cookies from your computer. How you can do this varies by browser. Read on…
- Microsoft Internet
Explorer Go to Tools – Internet Options
On the General tab, go to the General.
In the Browser History box, click Delete.
Click Delete Cookies. Ok.
Firefox Go to Extra – Options.
Go to Privacy.
Here you can erase the recent history
Chrome Click the key icon in the upper right corner and choose Options.
Go to Advanced Options.
Click Content Settings.
At Cookies, click All cookies and site data.
Click Delete All.
If you work with another browser, you can also find the instruction for adjusting your browser’s settings under “Help” in most browsers’ toolbar.