What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser by a website that you visit. It helps the website to remember information about your visit, for example, your preferred language. This will make your next visit easier and the site more useful to our visitors.
Types of Cookies
We use different types of cookies to run our website, some or all of the cookies identified in the list below may be stored in your browser. Cookies are divided into 2 categories:
First-party cookies are created by the website you visit directly. For example, if you visit quintessential.design, the site will create cookies and save them to your computer.
Third-party cookies are created by other parties, not our site. We, like most other websites, use online tools to create the content on our pages, some or all of which will also create a cookie (e.g. squarespace.com) and save it to your computer. As these cookies are not created by our site, they are classified as third-party cookies.
How can you control cookies?
You can accept or reject cookies by amending your web browser controls. Because they’re important, our websites and services might not work like they’re supposed to, and in some cases, might not work at all, if you decide to reject our cookies.
You can manage your cookie settings by following your browser's instructions. Here are some links that might be of assistance:
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List of Cookies on this Site
ss_cpvisit, ss_cvisit, ss_cid, crumb, ss_cvt, ss_cvr, - These are cookies used by Shopify, a web publishing company which we have built our site on, to track use of the website and allow some of the site’s features
ss_cookieAllowed - Saves a message to let us know that you’ve seen our cookie message and allowed cookies
NID - These cookies are used to gather website statistics, They allow Google to remember information that changes the way the site behaves or looks, such as your preferred language or the region you are in. These cookies can also assist you in changing text size, font, and other parts of web pages that you can personalise. Google also uses a number of security cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login