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Wildside Fireside

Cookies Policy

What are Cookies and why we use them

Our website, along with most commercial websites use cookies in one form or the other. Cookies are small pieces of information that a website saves in a cookie index file on your computer's hard drive. Cookies have many uses, and although they are usually used for innocent services like keeping track of a users session (e.g. to ensure a logged on user can only access their own information), amongst other debatably less innocent uses they can also be used for serving tailored adverts to people based on their browsing habits - something which people may object to.

We do NOT store any personal information in cookies OR use them for any advertising purposes whatsoever. We use cookies for the following:

  • Google Analytics - a web analytics tool which gives us (anonymous) information on website visitors to help us improve our service to you (We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes). It provides us with general information such as visitor numbers, what pages are being viewed, what browsers are being used and what websites or search terms were used to access our website.

Cookies in no way give us any form of access to your computer, or to any personal information about you.

You can choose whether to accept or reject cookies. Web browsers typically automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to delete and/or disable cookies if you prefer. This may limit your use of websites (for example preventing you from logging in to an account). For more information about cookies, and how to set your browser to reject cookies please go to www.allaboutcookies.org.

Accessibility

The Wildside Logs Website has been designed so as to be as accessible as possible.

With this in mind it has been produced according Conformance Level A' (Priority 1) of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0:

  • The majority of font sizes are relative, compatible with user-specified "text-size" option in Web Browsers. Users may increase or decrease text sizes on most browsers using text or font size options found on the "View" menu.
  • For people who are colour blind or visually impaired, conveying information through colour alone has been avoided. The user has the option of choosing a colour by name if he or she is not able to see the colours, and links will be determined by using icons or underlining of the text link.
  • Wherever possible pages have been designed so that the user does not have to wait for all the images on the page to finish loading before he or she can start reading information on the page.
  • For users using non-graphical browsers, textual descriptions are included for all images that convey useful information, but decorative images can be omitted so as to access relevant information on the page as soon as possible.
  • Wherever possible pages have been designed so that the content makes sense when read by a screen-reader. The user should be able to move through the content and tab through form fields in a logical way.