Cookies are small text files that are installed on the computers from which our website is accessed. Among other purposes, cookies record the preferences and browsing habits of a user. They are associated with the user and their computer, but do not provide data that can directly identify them. Some cookies, for example those that allow statistics to be compiled or for advertising, need the consent of our site’s user. On the other hand, other cookies, those of a technical nature or those required to offer a service requested by the user, are essential for the operation of the site. Cookies can be classified according to how long they are stored for (duration), who manages them or their purpose
ACCORDING TO THEIR DURATION
Session Cookies: They are temporary and remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the website.
Persistent Cookies: They are stored and the website reads them every time you visit it.
ACCORDING TO WHO MANAGES THEM
First-Party Cookies: They are owned by the owner of the website from which the services are provided to the user.
Third-Party Cookies: They are sent to the user by a third party, other than the owner of the site.
ACCORDING TO THE PURPOSE
Necessary Cookies: Those that are essential for you to browse the website. There is no option to disable them, since they are required for the operation of the website.
Technical Cookies: They are used to control traffic and the communication of data, to identify the session and to access restricted-access pages, among other things.
Preference Cookies: They enable a website to remember your settings (for example, language or region from which you access it), in order to provide you with advanced services.
Analytical Cookies: They provide statistical information and improve the services.
Advertising Cookies: To offer advertising content related to the interests of the user, either directly or through third parties («ad servers»).
Geolocation Cookies: To know the geographical location of the user.
We have listed the cookies used by our website, providing each user with the option (last column) to authorize their download.
|Purpose||Supplier||Name of Cookie||Management||Expiration||Function|
|Technical||First-Party||PHPSESSID||First-Party||1 year||PHPSESSID. This cookie is used by the PHP encryption language to allow the SESSION variables to be saved on the web server.|
|Technical||First-Party||wp-settings-time-1, wp-settings-1||First-Party||1 year||These cookies are used by WordPress to customise the user interface.|
|Technical||First-Party||wordpress_logged_in_||First-Party||1 year||After logging in, WordPress activates the wordpress_logged_in_ cookie, whose function is to indicate when the person has logged in and who they are, used by the WordPress interface.|
|Technical||First-Party||cookieConsent||First-Party||1 year||Saves the acceptance of the cookie notice|
|Technical||First-Party||dateExpireCookie||First-Party||1 year||Saves the expiration date of the cookie from the cookie notice|
|Analytical||_ga||Third-Party||2 years||Offer statistics on the use of websites. They can also be used together with some of the advertising cookies described above to show more relevant ads in Google properties|
|Analytical||_gid||Third-Party||23 hours||Stores a unique user ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.|
|Analytical||_gat||Third-Party||1 minute||Used to limit the percentage of requests. If Google Analytics has been implemented through the Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be called _dc_gtm.|
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