Cookies Policy


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In light of this, we want to explain what a cookie is, how we use them on our site(s), and how you can change the settings for your cookies. The following details cover all names and sub-domains, like the Fashionnovaaza.

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What Do Cookies Do?

Cookies are small text files that websites put on your hard drive when you view them. They store information about your visit. The website’s server makes a cookie, and the server can use the information in the cookie the next time the user views the site. A cookie is like an ID card; it lets a website know when the same person has come back.

Why do we eat cookies?

Most of the time, cookies make websites faster and easier for each user. They can be used to make the website’s content fit your tastes or needs, to speed up your use of the site, or because the site can’t work properly without them (for example, to remember to keep you logged in while you browse or to remember the items in your shopping cart when you switch pages).

Companies usually use cookies because they save time for both the website and the user, which makes the whole experience of coming and browsing better and more fun.

Websites can also use cookies to keep track of users and how they use the site, like which pages they click on and how long they stay, so they can look at the anonymous data and make the content and layout more relevant to their audience. They help make websites better, which you should now be able to see.

Are cookies bad for you?

No. Cookies are just little bits of text. Since they’re not viruses or computer programs, they can’t be run as code or used to spread viruses.

Can cookies make users less private?

As was already said, cookies are small text files that are saved on each user’s hard drive. Cookies can’t get a user’s email address or do anything else bad because they can’t run code or do anything bad. They can only read other information saved on the hard drive. There is only so much information that they store and send to the computer that the user has given to the website.

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Cookies with Fashionnovaaza uses a few cookies to understand our visitors better and make the site run as smoothly and quickly as possible. These are the ways we use these cookies:

Adding Notes

When you leave a comment on the site, you have to put in your name, email address, and what you think about the story. We store three pieces of information in a cookie on your hard drive when you do this. The next time you visit the site on the same computer, your information will already be filled in. It speeds up and simplifies the process of leaving comments on future stories, and it keeps your comments from having to go through our new user moderation process.

Keep in mind that only our web server can see this cookie on your computer. We respect your privacy very much. You can count on us to never sell your personal information to anyone else:

Cookie Name Purpose
subscribe_checkbox This stores whether you have chosen to subscribe to follow up comments on any particular article (set by the check box underneath the comments form). It will also tell you whether you have subscribed to a particular article’s comments when you next view the article.
comment_author Used to store the name you entered when you submitted a comment on one of our articles. It allows the comment form to be populated with your name in advance the next time you come back to the site. This cookie expires in just under a year.
comment_author_email Used to store the email address you entered when you submitted a comment on one of our articles. It allows the comment form to be populated with your email the next time you come back to the site. In conjunction with the comment_author cookie, this will also notify our system about whether your new comments need moderating or not (all new users have to have their first comment moderated). This cookie expires in just under a year.
fbeans_cookies Used to store whether you have seen or dismissed our cookie notice. You know, a cookie about whether you have been notified about cookies. If this cookie is present, you will not see the annoying cookie notice at the bottom of your screen. This cookie expires in 365 days.


Forum Cookies for Fashionnovaaza:

A few cookies will be set when you visit the FashionBeans boards so that they can keep working properly. For example, they will remember which threads you have already read and show you any new posts that have been made since your last visit. Here are some examples of these:

Cookie Name Purpose
bb_lastvisit This is the time of your last visit to the forum. We use this cookie so that we can show you relevant information and activities that have happened since your last visit to the forum.
bb_lastactivity This cookie details the time of your personal last activity on the forum so we can update the forum stats to show how many users/guests are currently online, as well as use it to set when a post has been marked as read or unread.


Cookies from Other Sites

Analytics from Google

Google Analytics is a service that lets us see how people who visit our website use it without them knowing who they are. All the information is put together and made anonymous, which means that no one can find out who you are. We need this information very much because it helps us figure out what content you want to see more of, which parts of the site are the most popular (so we can add more features to them or make them more active), and how to make the site better fit your needs.

When JavaScript from Google is run on, the following cookies are set. That’s where you can find out more about Google’s own cookie and privacy rules:

Cookie Name Purpose
_ga Used to distinguish users. Stores a unique client identifier (Client ID), which is a randomly generated number. Once the ID is generated it’s stored in the cookie and is included with each hit / request sent to Google Analytics. This ID is later used by Google Analytics servers to calculate user, session, and campaign data. Expires after 2 years.
_gat Used to throttle request rate. Expires after 10 minutes.


Aside from our own media sites,

We sometimes use photos and videos from sites like YouTube and Flickr to back up our articles and other material. So, if you go to a page with material embedded from these sites, you might see cookies from those sites (though we always try to embed versions that don’t use cookies). has no control over how these cookies are spread. You can find out more about these on the website of the appropriate third party.

Tools for Social Sharing

Many of’s web pages have buttons and links for social sharing, such as the “+1” button for Google, the “Like” button for Facebook, and the “Tweet” button for Twitter. Users can easily share stories with their friends on their favorite social networks or quickly and easily join the Official FashionBeans social networks. These have been built into the design of the site.

When you are logged in to these sites, they may set a cookie. Third-party websites, not, send out these cookies. If you want to learn more about them, you should visit the third-party website.

Cookies for advertising

To keep running, we have to find ways to make money because we want to stay a completely free resource. One way we do this is by showing ads on the site. This could be in the form of Google AdSense ads, partner marketing links, or banner ads. All of these types of ads are tracked with cookies, which are also necessary for us to stay in business and keep the high quality of content you’ve come to expect over the years.

Some of these companies aren’t always available. Still, these are the ones we use when we need to serve our ads:

Cookie Setter Purpose
Google Adsense he Google Adsense network is run by Google and helps show targeted ads to our readers based on their Google preferences and browsing. These can take the form of banner ads (such as on the forum) or as a simple collection of text links (such as at the top and bottom of our articles). For every click you make on one of these ads, we are paid a small amount by Google.

You can see Google’s full privacy policy for their advertising networks here:

Adzerk We utilize Adzerk software to serve relevant banner ads to specific users. This might be because a company only wants to target UK users or simply run their ads only on mobile devices.

You can see Adzerk’s full privacy policy for their advertising networks here:
Affiliate Networks is a member of many affiliate networks that provide us with custom tracking links to enable us to earn money if we send visitors to the retailers they work with – who then go on to complete a sale. For example, if you click one of the Topman products we recommend in our articles and then go on to buy something from the Topman website, FashionBeans will receive a small commission for the total value of the sale (usually around 5-10%).

The way this is tracked is via cookies. When you click one of our affiliate links (such as recommended products in articles, more info buttons on our shop pages or get discount code buttons) the individual affiliate network will drop a cookie on your computer that they can then track if you reach the final confirmation page on the retailer’s checkout. This allows us to recoup some of the money for spending the time researching and picking relevant products for each and every article we produce.

It’s important to note that not everyone pays us a commission, but we’re happy to showcase/recommend their products or list their discount codes/offers to ensure we’re always bringing you the best possible recommendations from the whole of the market.

How to Manage and Get Rid of Cookies will not use cookies to find out anything that could be used to identify you. You can limit or block the cookies that FashionBeans or any other website sets, though, by changing the settings in your computer. How to do it should be explained in the “Help” section of your browser.

If you’d rather, you could go to,  which has detailed instructions on how to do this on many different computers. You can also learn how to get rid of cookies on your machine. You will need to look at the guidebook for your phone to find out how to do this on the browser of your phone.

Please be aware that blocking cookies can affect how the Fashionnovaaza website works and could also hurt our ability to make money, which would make it harder for us to keep giving you the high-quality free content you’re used to every day.

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