This note is intended to help you understand how cookies work and how to use the tools needed to setup your settings.
What is a Cookie? A Cookie is a text file placed in your computer or other devices by the server of a website. It allows the website to record information about you, such as your preferences.
You have the possibility of blocking certain Cookies or deleting them by using your browser settings. Deleting them may result in a loss of functionalities.
We, or our partners, place these Cookies in order to make our website work efficiently. These third parties include search engines, providers of measurement, analytical services and social media.
We use the following Cookies:
- Compulsory Cookies
Compulsory Cookies are necessary for the use of our website. They enable, for example, the recording of information on our website.
Should you disable compulsory Cookies, we will not be able to guarantee access to the services being offered.
- Functional Cookies
Functional Cookies record information about your choices. This enable us to personalise the website depending on those choices. They include for example the preference language or geographic location.
- Analytical Cookies
Analytical Cookies enable the monitoring and the statistical analysis of the user’s behaviour by collecting information such as the most visited pages.
What are third party Cookies? We work with third-party companies which place Cookies on their websites in order to record your preferences and interests when you visit our website. Edify does not control the way these Cookies are used on third party websites. Therefore, you may refer to such third-party websites for further information.
Third party Cookies are:
- Google Analytics
Our website uses Google Analytics which is a web analysis service by Google Inc. located 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States (“Google”).
Google analytics Cookies last 2 years.
You can prevent the recording of these Cookies through our browser settings. However, if you choose to do so, it may not be possible to use all the functions of our website.
You can prevent the transmission of the data generated by the Cookies to Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available.
You may find further information about Google Analytics in the Terms and conditions for use of Google Analytics.
- Use of WordPress plug-ins
Word Press Cookies last from several months to a year.
|Add From Server |
Extension allowing the media administrator to import files from the webserver filing system.
Version 3.3.3 | By Dion Hulse
|Advanced Custom Fields |
Customises WordPress with powerful, professional and intuitive fields.
Version 4.4.12 | By Elliot Condon
|All in One SEO Pack |
SEO « Search Engine Optimization » includes XML sitemap functionalities, custom fields, SEO blogs…
Version 2.4.3 | By Michael Torbert
|CMS Commander |
Manages all Web WordPress remotely and enhances articles with targeted images and ads.
Version 2.282 | By CMS Commander
|CMS Tree Page View |
Adds tree view of your web pages of CMS type (“Contact Management System”), to edit, view, add pages and search pages.
Version 1.4 | By Pär Thernström
|Disable Comments |
To disable comments on websites depending on content.
Version 1.7.1 | By Samir Shah
|Duplicateur de post |
Creates functionality to duplicate post types, including taxonomies and custom fields.
Version 2.20 | By Metaphor Creations
|Flip Book |
Flip Book WordPress Plugin
Version 2.0 | By flipbuilder.com
|GDPR Cookie Consent |
A simple way to show your website complies with EU Cookie law / GDPR.
Version 1.7.1 | By WebToffee
|Importateur RSS |
Import of articles through RSS fields.
Version 0.2 | By wordpressdotorg
|iThemes Security |
iThemes Security offers more than 30 ways of securing WordPress.
Version 6.7.0 | By iThemes
|Maintenance Page |
Allows you to quickly create a maintenance/coming soon page. Plugin used when a website is on maintenance.
Version 1.0.8 | By ThemeGrill
Auto generates code for a favicon.
Version 5.1 | By Doc4
To enable the use of WordPress in multiple languages.
Version 2.2.6 | By Frédéric Demarle
|TinyMCE Advanced |
To activate advanced functionalities and extensions in TinyMCE, WordPress visual editor.
Version 4.6.7 | By Andrew Ozz
|WordPress Importer |
To enable import of articles, pages, comments, custom fields, categories from a WordPress export file.
Version 0.6.3 | By wordpressdotorg
|WP Real Media Library | Shared by Themes24x7.com |
To organize WordPress media library.
Version 2.7.2 | By Matthias Günter
|WP Revision Limit|
To limit number of revisions stored.
Version 1.3 | By Roger Rodrigo (twoMandarins)
How to control these Cookies?
- Configuring your internet browser
You can fully or partially disable these Cookies. You may also delete them. The Help function in your browser will inform you on the process. However, you may lose some functionalities.
The method will differ depending on the type of browser. The following links allow you to control or limit these Cookies depending on the browser:
- Settings for Cookies
You can manage your Cookies through professionally managed administrator platforms.
Youronlinechoices provides a list of companies that offer such services.