Information about cookies on this website
When consulting the site, information relating to the navigation of your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) on our site may be saved in text files called "cookies" , installed on your terminal, subject to your choices regarding cookies, which you can modify at any time. Only the issuer of a cookie may read or modify the information contained therein. This page allows you to better understand how cookies work and how to use current tools to configure them.

What is a cookie " ?
A "cookie" is a file of limited size, generally consisting of letters and numbers, sent by the internet server to the cookie file of the browser located on the hard drive of your computer.

Objectives of cookies used on the site
The website uses cookies for the following purposes:     

  • To help us recognize your browser as that of a previous visitor and to save the preferences that you determined during your
    previous visit to the site;     

  • To help us personalize the content and advertisements you see when you visit the site;     

  • To help us measure and study the effectiveness of our interactive online content, its features, advertisements and other communications;     

  • To track analytics on the site, how users use the site, and to improve site services.

Cookies are implemented in all sites built by Wix:

Cookie name: svSession
Lifespan: Permanent
Purpose: Identifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor's sessions on a site

Cookie name: hs
Lifespan: Session
Goal: Security

Cookie name: XSRF-TOKEN
Lifespan: Session
Goal: Security


Cookie name: smSession
Lifespan: 2 weeks
Purpose: To identify the members of the site (who are connected)

Cookie name: TSxxxxxxxx (where x is replaced by a random series of numbers and letters)
Lifespan: Permanent (2 weeks)
Goal: Security

Cookie name: TSxxxxxxxx_d (where x is replaced by a random series of numbers and letters)
Lifespan: Session
Goal: Security

Cookie name: RequestID
Lifespan: Session
Goal: Monitor visitor behavior and measure site performance

Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use the site, and to better understand their expectations. This allows us to constantly improve the site. Google Analytics records information about the pages you visit, the duration of the visit, the referrer pages, etc. We do not receive or record any personal information such as name or address: this cookie cannot therefore be used to identify you. We do not allow Google to use or share browsing data on our site with a third party. The expiration indicated below represents the lifetime of a cookie on your browser.

This randomly generated number is used to find out the number of unique visitors to our site.
Expiration: 2 years

This randomly generated number is used (with _utmc) to find out the average duration of visits to our site.
Expiration: 30 minutes

This randomly generated number is used (with _utmb) to know when you close your browser.
Expiration: End of session

Allows you to contain peak requests in order to improve the user experience.
Expiration: 10 minutes

This is a randomly generated number as well as information on how the site was joined by the visitor
(via a link, via organic search or sponsored search).
Expiration: 6 months

You can decide not to provide data via Google Analytics cookies: visit this page on Google.

Cookies issued by third parties
We would like to inform you that certain third-party companies may issue cookies from certain areas accessible on our site. The issuance and use of Cookies by these companies is subject to the policies of those companies. In particular, we are likely to include on our site computer applications emanating from third parties, which allow you to share contents of our site with other people or to make known to these other people your consultation or your opinion concerning a content of our site. This is particularly the case for the "Share", "Like" buttons from social networks such as Facebook, etc.


The social network is likely to identify you with this button, even if you did not use it when you visited our site. This type of application button can allow the social network concerned to follow your navigation on our site, simply because your social network account was activated on your terminal (open session) during your navigation on our site.


We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information relating to your browsing on our site and associated with the personal data they have. We invite you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks in order to be aware of the purposes of use, in particular advertising, of the navigation information that they can collect using these application buttons. These protection policies must allow you to exercise your choices with these social networks, in particular by setting up your user accounts for each of these networks.

Accept or refuse cookies
You have different ways to manage cookies. The configuration of your internet browser You can configure your browser software so that cookies are saved on your terminal or that they are rejected, either systematically or according to their issuer. You can also configure your browser software so that the acceptance or rejection of Cookies is promptly offered to you, before a Cookie is likely to be saved in your terminal. Here's how to control or prevent the storage of cookies: The configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your preferences regarding cookies.

You can deactivate cookies by following the instructions as follows:


1- If you use the Internet Explorer browser   

  • In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then Internet Options     

  • On the General tab, under Browsing history, click Settings     

  • Click the View Files button     

  • Click the Name column header to sort all files in alphabetical order, then scroll through the list until you see files starting with the prefix "Cookie". (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie)     

  • Select the cookie (s) including the name and delete them.     

  • Close the window that contains the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.

2 - If you use the Firefox browser     

  • Go to the "Tools" tab of the browser then select the "Options" menu     

  • In the window that appears, choose "Privacy" and click on "Display cookies     

  • In the window that appears, choose "Privacy" and click on "Display cookies     

  • Locate the files that contain the name Select them and delete them.


3 - If you use the Safari browser     

  • In your browser, choose the menu Edit> Preferences     

  • Click on Security     

  • Click on Show cookies     

  • Select the cookies that contain the name "and click on Clear or on Clear all     

  • After deleting the cookies, click on Done


4 - If you use the Google Chrome browser     

  • Click on the Settings menu icon     

  • In the “Confidentiality” section     

  • Click the Content Settings button     

  • Click on Cookies and site data     

  • Locate the files that contain the name

  • Select them and delete them.     

  • Click on »Close« to return to your browser

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