What Are Cookies?
Most websites collect data in the form of cookies. Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer, and they are used to personalize and improve the user experience by storing data about how you use the The Vibrant Dreamer (hereinafter “we”, “our”). Cookies are also placed by some third parties we have engaged.
You can disable the use of all cookies, but please note that our website or sections of our website may no longer work properly. You can disable cookies at any time by going to your browser preferences. If you need instructions on how to do that, you can check the “Help” section of your browser, or visit the About Cookies website.
When you accept cookies on our website, a cookie is generated stating that you have done so.
Wordfence, our security plugin, sets cookies for the following: to determine if a viewer is an administrator or not (this helps ensure security), to determine if a viewer is a human or a bot, and to track if a viewer may bypass country blocking by accessing a hidden URL.
Like many other sites, we do not respond to Do Not Track (DNT) requests from your browser at this time.
The Vibrant Dreamer uses Google Analytics, which is a service that helps us analyze website traffic. Google Analytics generates cookies based on your use of the Website. Google Analytics automatically anonymizes your IP address; therefore, no personally identifiable information is ever transmitted. You may opt-out of Google Analytics by installing a browser add-on. Instructions to do so can be found here.
On The Vibrant Dreamer we include buttons to promote webpages (e.g. “like”, “pin”) or share (e.g. “tweet”) on social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, and Ko-Fi. These buttons work using pieces of code coming from the social media websites themselves. This code places cookies. These social media buttons also can store and process certain information, so a personalized advertisement can be shown to you. Please review the privacy statement of these social networks to read what they do with your data. When data is transmitted to a third-party, personally identifiable information is anonymized.
Last Updated: 5 December 2018