What are cookies?
Cookies are very small text files stored in your browser. They contain information specific to the website which put them there. Examples of the information stored might be; a list of recently viewed products or a preferred currency to use on a website.
Cookies are completely harmless and cannot do any harm to your computer. Often they are an essential tool used by websites and without them this website would simply not function properly. For a more indepth view on cookies you can visit the wiki page.
What cookies does this website use?
PHPSESSID - This is used to identify your computer or device as you. When you add something to your shopping basket the website needs to know that your device has added an item and it needs to be able show only your items to you.
offtek_currency - used to identify which currency you wish to view or use on our website. You can change which currency you wish to use by clicking the drop down menu at the top right of our website.
offtek_recentlyViewed - Stores a list of your recently viewed items. You can view any recently viewed items by clicking the "Recently Viewed Products" tab at the bottom of your page.
offtek_overrideView - This indicates you wish to override the default display type which our website thinks is best for you. For example you may wish to view our smart phone version of the website on a smaller laptop or tablet or vise versa. You can do this by clicking the "view desktop version" or "view mobile version" links at the bottom of the page.
offtek_setting_product_limit - Stores the default number of products which are shown on a single category page.
offtek_setting_product_order - Stores the default ordering of products on a category page, eg; "Sort By Price - Lowest/Highest".
__unam, __utmz, __utma, __uset, __unam, __stid, __stgmap, __stdlxmap, ShareUT, user_segment, stOAuth, mp_*_mixpanel - These are used track the number of clicks or shares a page has for the use of social networks like Twitter and FaceBook.