Some cookies enable blogs to remember choices their users make, for example, user name, and language or text size. These cookies are known as “functionality cookies” and help to improve a user’s experience by providing a more personalised service.
List of functionality cookies we use:
A random unique number or string of letters and numbers.
|This cookie is used to remember your cookie preferences.||One year|
|wfCBLBypass||Set by WordFence to allow a website visitor to bypass any geoblocks that may be in place after visiting a specific URL.||One year|
|comment_author_<random-string>||An escaped (encoded) string of text.||Stores the user-supplied value of “Your name” if the visitor opts to remember their name on a comment field.||One year|
An escaped (encoded) string of text.
Stores the user-supplied value of “Your email address” if the visitor opts to remember their email address on a comment field.