What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer when you visit a website. Wallposters uses this information for statistical purposes, to follow what the visitor does on the website and to improve and customize the experience on the website for the visitor. There are two types of cookies: permanent cookies and session cookies.
- Permanent cookies remain on the visitor's computer for a certain period of time.
- A session cookie is stored on your computer as long as you are on a website. As soon as you close the browser, the session cookie disappears.
How are cookies used?
We use Google Analytics. This may mean that collected visitor information is associated with Google information from accounts belonging to users who are logged in (at Google) and who have consented to this association for the purpose of personalizing ads. This Google information may include the end user's location, search history, YouTube history and data from websites that are Google partners. The information is used to provide us with an aggregated and anonymized insight into user behavior across devices. When you use our website and accept our tracking and cookie handling, you agree to such association. You can access and/or delete such information via Google My Activity.
Permanent cookies are used e.g. to save any personal settings made on wallposters.dk, so that you do not have to do it every time you visit our website. Session cookies are used to keep statistics on the use of the website.
How to delete cookies?
Delete cookies, PC: Use the keyboard shortcut [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete].
Delete cookies, MAC:
Which cookies do we use at Wallposters.dk?
Wallposter's e-commerce platform installs cookies to enable basic functions of the website such as the shopping cart and checkout, etc. to work.
Typekit by Adobe – a cookie is installed so that fonts and custom designs can be seen.
Advertising and Marketing:
Bing Ads – a cookie is placed and a pixel is used to track your use and experience on our websites in order to adapt the content in Bing's advertising program and optimize the advertising in Bing Ads.
Commision Junction Ads - a cookie is set and a pixel is used to track your journey and experience on our websites in order to customize the content of Commision Junction's advertising program.
Google Adwords – a cookie is placed and a pixel is used to track your use and experience on our websites in order to adapt the content of the Google Adwords program and optimize the advertising on the Google Ads platform.
Facebook ads – a cookie is placed and a pixel is used to track your use and experience on our websites in order to adapt the content of the Facebook advertising program and optimize the advertising on Facebook's platforms.
Google Dynamic Remarketing – used for remarketing.
Pinterest Ads – a cookie is placed and a pixel is used to track your use and experience on our websites in order to adapt the content of Pinterest's advertising program and optimize advertising on the Pinterest platform.
TikTok Ads – a cookie is placed and a pixel is used to track your use and experience on our websites in order to adapt the content of TikTok's advertising program and optimize advertising on the TikTok platform.
Instagram ads – a cookie is placed and a pixel is used to track your use and experience on our websites in order to adapt the content of Snapchat's advertising program and optimize advertising on the Instagram platform.
Google Tag Manager – used to manage tracking on the website.
Google Analytics – several cookies are placed by Google Analytics, which we use together with the Google pixel to understand how customers use the website and how we can improve the user experience and create target groups. Read more about how they are used, here you will find more information about how they are used
Google Optimize – a cookie is installed to perform A/B testing on the website. The cookie determines which version of the website the visitor gets to see and ensures that the visitor sees the same version on all visits.