What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that usually contains a sequence of letters and numbers and is uploaded to a user's computer when it visits a particular webpage. Cookies are important for the operation of websites, especially for improving the user experience. Each time you visit again, the website will retrieve information about the downloaded cookies and identify the user. We distinguish different types of cookies:
Urgent cookies: they allow the use of components that are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website. Without these biscuits, the website would not work properly.
Experimental cookies: collect user behavior information on a website in order to improve the user experience (for example, how often individual subpages are visited, what users most often click, etc.), but do not allow user identification.
Functional cookies: Allow the web site to remember your preferences and / or settings. preference (eg language) and thus provides personalized features. These cookies can allow you to track your actions on a website.
List of used cookies
We use the following cookies at Museums.SI:
Cookie name: ASP.NET_SessionID
Cookie source: Museums.si
Where is located: On all pages that allow the user to sign in or register the user through any online form.
What is it for: This cookie allows the site to remember what you did from the page to the page (for example: when filling in the form and moving forward to the next step, the page must remember what you did in the previous step).
Cookie name:__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmv, __utmz
Cookie source: Google
Where is located: On all pages.
What is it for: Allows you to monitor and analyze site visits. They tell us what users are viewing on our web pages, how often and in what way they access them. They achieve this by distinguishing between individual users. We assure you that we will not forward data collected through cookies to third parties.
You can change settings of cookies here anytime you want to: