WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a small set of information that a website sends in the form of a file that is saved to your computer, mobile device or tablet. Cookies usually store your settings for a specific website, such as. preferred language, so that the next time you visit the same page, your internet browser will send back cookies that belong to that page and allow information tailored to your needs to be displayed.
You can control and adjust the cookie settings using the settings of the web browser you are using.
In your web browser settings, you can change whether to reject or approve requests to save cookies, whether to save saved cookies automatically when you close your internet browser, and so on.
WHICH COOKIES DO WE USE?
The URIHO page uses some of the cookies that serve as a temporary repository of the browser's username while browsing the uriho.hr page, and serve to ensure that users have remembered credentials even after they leave the page and return to it: