INFORMATION ON COOKIES
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by the website on your computer for later recall. This information is sent back to the server every time a page from the same website is loaded, allowing the server to know which computer sent the request, and allowing the website to know information such as whether the user has logged in. This information does not take more than a few bytes and is not the cause of a slow-running computer, or a computer that is out of disk space.
You may choose to block cookies from Rocks-Off.com, although this will impact your website experience - You will not be able to log in to the website, as the site won't be able to record this information on your computer. Similarly, the shopping cart will not function correctly and requested items will be lost between pages.
(I) in Internet Explorer you can refuse all cookies by clicking "Tools", "Internet Options", "Privacy", and selecting "Block all cookies" using the sliding selector
(II) in Mozilla Firefox you can block all cookies by clicking "Tools", "Options", and un-checking "Accept cookies from sites" in the "Privacy" box.
Rather than blocking cookies, it is often better to delete them. This will allow the cookies to regenerate next time you visit our website, and will not have a negative impact on using the website. Information previously kept in your shopping cart will be lost, though your purchase history will remain safe with us. You will also need to log in again once deleting cookies.
COOKIES USED ON ROCKS-OFF.COM
A detailed breakdown of each cookie and its purpose is stored below:
PHPSESSID - This cookie is used to remember content as requested by the user of this website. The cookie itself contains a temporary identifier allowing us to maintain information such as the status and items within a user's shopping cart. This is not a tracking cookie and will expire within half an hour of the web browser being closed.
remember_login - This is an opt-in cookie that stores information about your login session on your computer. The cookie contains a secure representation of the user's login details. This cookie is sent when enabling the "Remember Me" functionality of the website as a technical means to accommodate the user's request to track their login session. The cookie will remain for a period of one week after being requested by the user, after which it will automatically expire.