Crafist® Use of Cookies

  1. What is a Cookie?

Small information is recorded by the websites visited on computers or devices such as smartphones. With this recorded information, the visitor's information is read if the visitor later visits the same site. Information sent by websites to computers and mobile devices is recorded. A cookie is the name given to the files in which information is saved.

The features contained in cookies can be listed as follows:

  • The name of the website where the information is registered.
  • How long the cookie will be active on the device.
  • A randomly given value consisting of a number.

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  1. What is the Purpose of Usage of Cookies?

The goal is to determine how visitors react to products and services on the website. Cookies are to collect these responses of visitors with statistical information. Only the website that created the cookie can read the cookies. Thanks to the reading of cookies, a more suitable website is presented to visitors and important information about the visitor (preference settings, etc.) is reminded.

  1. What are the Types of Cookies?

Types of cookies includes the duration of use, according to the owner and the purposes of use.

  • Types of Cookies by Duration of Use

There are two different types of cookies in terms of duration of use:

  1. Session cookies: The browser session starts the moment the internet browser window is opened. Cookies that are valid during the browser session and expire when the browser is closed.
  2. Persistent cookies: They are created during the first visit to the website. It remains on the device as long as the cookie continues to be valid or until the visitor deletes the cookie. It becomes active again at every visit to the website on the device.







  • Types of Cookies by Owner

There are two types of cookies in terms of ownership:

  1. First party cookies: These are the cookies used by the website visited by the visitor.
  2. Third-party cookies: These are cookies managed by a third-party company such as another business partner, service provider that collaborates on a subject (data analysis, etc.). While our suppliers visit our website, they can save cookies on their devices for us to better offer their services. If you would like to know more about these cookies, we recommend that you read the privacy policies of third parties.


  • Types of Cookies According to Usage Purposes

According to the purpose of use, the types of cookies are as follows:

  • Technical Cookies: The operation of the site is provided. Fields and pages that do not work are determined.
  • Authentication Cookies: When visitors enter the website using a password, it is determined that they are the site user on the pages they visit on the site. This detection is provided by authentication cookies. In this way, the user is prevented from entering a password again on each page.
  • Flash cookies: They are used to activate audio or video contents on the website.
  • Personalization cookies: The cookies used to remember when visitors visit pages on different websites (chosen language preference, etc.).
  • Analytical Cookies: These are the cookies that generate analytical reports statistically such as the number of visitors visiting the website, how many pages are seen on the site, the time of visiting the site, and the scrolling movements on the pages on the website.
  1. How Does Crafist® Use Cookies?

As Crafist®, we do not use cookies to obtain personal information (name, phone, e-mail, address, etc.) without the express consent of our website visitors.

We use cookies to ease the use of our website, to analyze the flow of our website, to improve the security of our website, to measure our advertising and contents. The use of cookies also helps the speed of movement of our visitors on our website ( In addition, the usage of cookies also enable us to understand how our visitors use our website and to obtain statistical information for the design and development of our website.

  1. Can I Remove Cookies?

Internet browsers are created to always accept cookies. You have the right to adjust your browser not to allow cookies or to delete established cookies. As a result of such a process, sometimes our website may have some features that do not work, due to technical reasons. This does not prevent you from viewing our website without cookies. When you want to change these settings, you can take advantage of the help support available on your browser. Information on how to access these settings is provided below:

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