Our cookies policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. They are typically used to help the website recognise you when you return, or to keep track of the items that you have indicated your interest in. Cookies pose no risk or harm to you or your computer.

We use cookies to collect information about how visitors use the site and to gather data to enhance the performance of our website.

We do not use cookies to store any personal information about you and we don't share information with any third parties.

Social networking cookies

If you ‘share’ myFrameBook website content through Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites then you may be sent cookies from these websites. We don't control the setting of these cookies, so please check those websites for information on handling this type of third-party cookie.

Flash cookies (or Local Shared Objects)

We do not display video content using Adobe Flash Player and so no cookies of this type are saved by our site.

More information about cookies

If you would like to read more about cookies please visit aboutcookies.org (This will open a new tab or window).

Cookies used on our site

These are the cookies used on the myframebook.com website:
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These cookies help with your browsing experience by remembering which myFrameBook projects you are viewing. They do not hold any personal information.

These cookies are persistent, that means that they remain on your computer even after you've turned it off. When you log back in these cookies allow us to show you the projects which you were last working on.

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These cookies are used by Google Analytics. Using Google Analytics helps us to analyse visitor information such as browser usage, new visitor numbers, and page hits. We use this information to try to improve our website and create a better user experience. This information is not shared with any third parties.
PHPSESSID This cookie allows us to log you in and handle your personal browsing session. It is a temporary cookie and is deleted from your device when the browser is closed. This cookie is essential.