We use a minimal amount of cookies on the ADLS website, which are described in more detail below. You can find out more information about cookies, including how to turn them off in your browser, at the Information Commissioners Office page on cookie advice.
The cookies we use help to provide a smoother experience on the website where we think it is needed. To do this, we set a single session cookie (named “PHPSESSID”). We use this to keep track of the information submitted into any forms on this website, in order to pre-populate the same forms if needed.
We also set four Google Analytics cookies (named “__utma”, “__utmb”, “__utmc”, and “__utmz”) to track visits. This helps us to demonstrate the impact and usage of the ADLS site, identify future improvements based on pages and links that visitors find useful, and understand their browser configurations (e.g. number of visitors from mobile devices). For more information about this refer to Google’s information on Analytics and cookies.