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Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by the websites you visit. They are widely used and are very important for the functionality of modern websites. The cookies we use and the explanations on why we use them are listed below.

__zlcid – This cookie is used by the Zendesk Chat. It provides an unique identifier which helps us remember the past conversations you have had with our chat.

_ga, _gat, _gid – These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our websites. We use the information to compile reports which help us develop our websites. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form. Read more about Google Analytics’ data practises.

_hj – Cookies that begin with _hj are used to collect information about visitor behaviour on our site in an effort to improve the ease of use and functionality of our site. The service we use for this is called Hotjar, and you can find their privacy policy here and more information about the specific cookies they use here. Anyone can opt-out of Hotjar tracking at any time by visiting their opt-out page or by enabling Do Not Track in their browser. Hotjar respects the Do Not Track request.

Webinar: Search function and how to customize it

Seravo’s first webinar of 2021 on January 14th. How to use and customize WordPress search function.

30.12.2020

Seravo supports PHP 8.0 already

Seravo has sponsored making PHP 8.0 available for all users of Debian and Ubuntu. Seravo was probably the first hosting provider to support PHP 8.0 for WordPress.

15.12.2020

WordPress 5.6 is out

New WordPress 5.6 published. Support for PHP 8.0 and many updates to REST API

9.12.2020

What’s new in PHP 8?

On November 26th 2020, there will be a new version of PHP released. This new release has a number of new features, as well as implementing some non-backward compatible changes. Seravo has already started testing and deploying the release candidates of PHP 8.0 to our servers.

19.11.2020

WordPress.Org Calls For PHP 8.0 Testers: Seravo Answers

On October 6th 2020, the WordPress Core team put out a call for testers. Specifically, there was a requirement for […]

28.10.2020

So your site got blocked by your browser?

At Seravo, we occasionally encounter cases where customers contact us regarding information security cases. In occasion these include situations where […]

14.10.2020