This website belongs to the Practical Publishing Group, publisher of Simply Cards & Papercraft. For full Group’s policies visit www.practicalpublishing.co.uk/privacy. The policies of the group apply to this website, however some specific policies are detailed below.
Cookies and similar technologies (web storage) are small text files that are created on your computer (in the memory of your web browser, to be precise) to store different kinds of information. When you return to Simply Cards & Papercraft website, we may access the cookie that has been created on a previous visit.
None of our cookies and web storage include information by which you could be personally identified. Some use random collection of charcaters and numbers (known as hash) as an identifier, but that allows to indentify only the browser you use on your device, not you as a person.
Your consent will not be sought to place strictly necessary cookies, but it is still important that you are aware of them. You may still block these Cookies by changing your internet browser’s settings as detailed at the bottom of this page, but please be aware that our site may not work properly if you do so.
Cookies can be either first party or third party. First party means that it is us and our website that set them. Third party cookies are those placed by websites, services, and/or parties other than us.
A cookie can be persistent and last after you leave the site, or expire once you leave or log out (so called session cookies).
|__kla_id||Analytics||Used to distinguish users||Third Party (Klaviyo)||Yes|
|_ga, _gid, _gat||Analytics||Used to distinguish users||Third Party (Google Analytics)||Yes|
|event_registration||Analytics||Used to count number of registrations||First Party||No|
|pattern_downloaded||Analytics||Used to collect info on downloads||First Party||No|
|has_just_registered||Functional||Triggers welcome message after registration.||First Party||No|
|redirect_id, redirect_anchor||Functional||Used to redirect user after loggin to a page they looked at before.||First Party||No|
|wordpress_logged_in_(identifier)||Necessary||Allows users to log in to their account.||First Party||No|
|wordpress_sec_(identifier)||Necessary||Allows users to log in to their account.||First Party||No|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Necessary||Tells WordPress if cookies are enabled.||First Party||Yes|
|catAccCookies||Necessary||Manages cookie banner.||First Party||Yes|
Web storage, sometimes known as DOM storage is a technology similar to cookies. It allowes some information to be saved in your browser’s memory. There are two kinds of web storage – local storage and session storage. The former is persistent, the latter temporary.
The table below details use of web storage on this site for your information.
|Stored entry name||Type||Purpose||Party||Local/Session|
|wc||Necessary||Tells that WooCommerce plugin was installed.||First Party||Local Storage|
|wc_cart_hash_(identifier)||Necessary||Makes it possible for WooCommerce plugin cart to work.||First Party||Local Storage|
|wc_cart_hash_(identifier)||Necessary||Makes it possible for WooCommerce plugin cart to work.||First Party||Session Storage|
|wc_fragments_(identifier)||Necessary||Makes it possible for WooCommerce plugin cart to work.||First Party||Session Storage|
If you do not wish to have any cookies placed on your computer, you can set your web browser to refuse them, and you can delete existing cookies. However, some features of this website (and many others you visit) may not function properly if you disable all cookies.
Click here to read and article on how to disable all cookies in your browser