What is a cookie?
A cookie is information saved on your computer by the website you visit. Cookies usually save your settings, and settings for the website, such as preferred language or address. Later, when you reopen the same website, your internet browser sends back the cookie that belongs to that site. This enables the site to show information that is adapted to your needs.
Cookies can save a wide range of information, including personal data (such as your name or e-mail address). However, this information may only be saved if you permit it – websites may not obtain access to information that you have not provided them, nor may they access other files on your computer. The set activities of saving and sending cookies are not visible to you. However, you can change the settings of your internet browser to choose whether or not you will allow the saving of cookies, to delete saved cookies automatically upon exiting your browser, and more.
How to disable cookies?
By disabling cookies, you decide whether you want to allow the saving of cookies on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For more information about cookie settings, select your web browser from those listed below.
What are temporary cookies?
Temporary cookies or session cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser. Using these, the website saves temporary data, such as items in your shopping basket.
What are persistent cookies?
Persistent or tracking cookies remain on your computer even after closing your internet browser. Using these, the website saves data, such as your user name and password, so that you do not have to log on every time you visit a certain page. Persistent cookies can remain on your computer for days, months or even years.
What are first page cookies?
First page cookies come from the websites you view, and may be persistent or temporary. Using these cookies, the website can save data that it will reuse on your next visit to that website.
What are third party cookies?
Third party cookies come from the advertisements of other websites (such as link or other adverts) that are found on the website you are viewing. Using these cookies, the websites can monitor internet usage for marketing purposes.
Yes we do, with the primarily goal of ensuring that our website enables a better user experience.
What kind of cookies does jadrolinija.hr use and why?
Session cookies – these are temporary cookies that expire (and are automatically deleted) when you close your web browser. We use session cookies to enable access to content and to allow commenting (things that you must do when you register your data on the website).
Persistent cookies – these usually have an expiry date far in the future and will remain in your browser until they expire or are manually deleted. Jadrolinija.hr uses persistent cookies for functionalities such as 'Keep me logged on', which facilitates user access to the portal as a registered user. We also use persistent cookies to better understand user preferences, so that we can improve the website based on your preferences. This information is anonymous – we do not see individual user data.
Does the website have third party cookies?
There are several external services that save limited cookies on the user's computer. These cookies are not set up by this website, though some serve for the normal functioning of certain possibilities that facilitates user access to content.
- social networks
- Users can log in and register via their own accounts from the social networks Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
- Sharing articles on social networks saves a cookie at the user
- Measuring visitation
- Jadrolinija.hr Google Analytics for measuring visitation.
If you wish to disable that the above services save cookies, you can do so at the following links:
Google Analytics - https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Additional information about disabling cookies
There are currently several websites for disabling the saving of cookies for various services. You can find more information about this at the following links: