A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is sent and stored on your computer and/or mobile device which provides us with information in relation to your website usage, and allows us to recognise that you have used our website before.
Cookies are safe and secure and are commonly used by websites.
A cookie typically contains:
- The name of the server the cookie was sent from
- The lifetime of the cookie
- A unique identifier (usually a number)
How cookies work
When you visit the onmaths website, our website server sends a cookie to your device and uses this number to recognise you when you return to the site or browse from page to page. This cookie is then stored on your computer or mobile device.
All websites can send a cookie to your browser if your browser settings allow it. Many websites do this to track online flow.
Types of cookies
Cookies may be categorised on the basis of their life span:
1. Session or temporary cookies: these cookies expire when you close your browser or when the session times out
2. Persistent or permanent cookies: these are usually stored on your hard disk and survive across multiple sessions but have a longer expiration date
Please find below a table detailing the types of cookies used on our website:
Cookies we use
|Cookie title||Cookie name||Purpose||More information|
|Google analytics||__ga __utma __utmb __utmc __utmv __utmz||We use this to understand how the site is being used in order to improve the user experience.
User data is all anonymous.
|Find out more about Google’s position on privacy with regard to its analytics service|
|WordPress||wordpress_ wordpress_logged_in_ wp-settings-||These cookies are used by onmaths for logging in and maintaining sessions.||Information about these cookies can be found at: WordPress Cookies|
|Google Adsense||Various||Google also use one or more cookies for advertising we serve across the site. One of the main advertising cookies on non-Google sites is named ‘IDE‘ and is stored in browsers under the domain doubleclick.net. Another is stored in google.com and is called ANID.||You are able to manage these cookies here|
Controlling or deleting cookies
You can easily control and disable cookies through your browser settings. Learn how to remove cookies set on your device. Removal of cookies may impact the experience whilst using the website through repeated requirements for entry of confirmation.