About Cookies

An HTTP cookie (usually simply a cookie, or cookie in English) is a packet of information that the server sends to the web browser, and then the browser sends back to the server for every request directed to the server. If the browser returns a cookie, the server has the ability to link the current request with previous ones. It is most often used to identify registered users of a given website, to register "shopping carts" or to track visitors.

What cookies does our website use?

After requesting an offer or contacting us, the website stores the entered name, e-mail and web address in a cookie. The storage is only for convenience purposes, so that it does not have to be filled in automatically the next time you post. The expiration date of cookies is 1 year.
When you log in to the website, we create several cookies that save the login information and the display options of the editing interface. Login cookies are valid for two days, and cookies storing the display options of the editing interface are valid for one year. If the "Remember me" option is selected, the registration will continue for two weeks. Login cookies are removed when you log out.
If we edit a post or page, our browser stores another cookie. This cookie does not contain any personal data, it simply stores the ID number of the post that we have edited. It will expire in one day.
Cookies can be accepted on the home screen in accordance with the GDPR data protection regulations, but they can also be rejected or turned off. When accessing the website, they are turned off until the cookie management is accepted!

Cookies used on the website:

– Expiration: at the end of the session

Third-party cookies:

Google, Inc: Google Analytics - to measure statistical data
The website uses the Google Analytics system of Google Inc. ("Google") to analyze its visitors. The Google Analytics system is called It stores "cookies" - simple, short, small text files - on your IT device and uses them to analyze the visits to our website, thereby helping to improve our website in order to enhance the user experience.
The website visit data recorded in the "cookie" (including the time of the visit and your IP address) are transferred to and stored on the servers of Google USA. Google uses this data to evaluate your website visit habits, to compile reports on them for XY, and to provide other services related to website and internet usage.
Users who do not want Google Analytics to report their visit can install the Google Analytics blocking browser extension. This add-on instructs the Google Analytics JavaScript scripts (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) not to send visit information to Google. In addition, users who have installed the blocking browser extension will not participate in the content experiments.
If you wish to opt-out of Analytics web activity, please visit the Google Analytics opt-out page ( and install the add-on for your browser. For more information on installing and uninstalling the extension, see the help for your browser.