What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small amount of data that a website sends to your computer or mobile device. Cookies monitor user activity on a website, and make your experience on a site as efficient as possible. Unless you have intentionally disabled cookies in the past, then websites have been using cookies to improve your experience for years.
Why does this page exist?
In 2011, the EU passed legislation that requires websites to inform visitors of what cookies they use. While our website uses a minimum number of cookies, this page intends to explain how they are used to gather information about our visitors.
Whenever you visit http://facebook-designers.com, we will collect very basic information about your interactions with our site. This includes information like what pages you visited and how long you stayed. All the information gathered comes to us in the form of statistics, and individual visitors always remain anonymous. We will make no effort to try and figure out who has been to our site.
By learning about how visitors interact with our website, we are able to improve our content to help you make the most of your visits.
We use the following cookies:
Google Analytics: This cookie provides us with information on the web traffic coming to our site. We gain a better understanding of what pages are the most popular, how people are arriving to our site, and how many people are visiting our website.
Share This Plug-in: As Facebook specialists, we think social media has really improved the way people can learn about great content around the Internet and this plug-in lets visitors share our website with their friends on social media. The only information we receive from this cookie is a total count of how many people have shared a specific blog post and what social network was used.
People who use our online services:
To help you contact our Facebook developers quickly, we have provided users with an online contact form to enquire about our Facebook services. This information is sent to us through email and is not stored on our site using cookies. Cite Social will not give your contact details to any other organisation unless legally obliged to do so.
Visitors can also sign up for Cite’s monthly e-newsletter, in which case their contact details are added to our email database within a well-known email provider. We do not provide these details to any other organisation.
Managing your cookies:
The links below will take you to the web browser’s help page where you can manage your cookies:
To manage your Google Analytics cookies, you can visit the Google Analytics help page, but please keep in mind that information we obtain from Google Analytics is anonymous and goes towards improving the experience on our site.
For more information about our Facebook developers and services, please visit the rest of this site.