Cookie Notices feature on virtually every website, since General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, became law in 2018.
When you’re ready to launch your website, it’s a great time to activate your Cookie Notice too.
A cookie is a small used to store data on a user’s browser.
Do you need a Cookie Notice?
Almost definitely, yes.
Your website is built on WordPress, and WordPress uses two types of cookies:
- Session cookies for logged in users, like yourself
- Comment cookies, when users leave a comment on a post.
If you disable all comments, then, technically, you don’t need a Cookie Notice.
Website Analytics: if you use Google Analytics on your website (even if you don’t use the Monster Insights PlugIn), cookies will be used. Although these cookies will not be storing personal data, you still need to inform visitors that that they are being used.
Have a look at our Cookie Notice page to see what cookies we use on the Flat White Website – feel free to use the same information.
How do I activate a Cookie Notice?
It’s really easy – you just activate the Cookie Notice Plugin, and edit the settings to suit your needs. Watch this video to find out exactly what to do:
Are you ready to launch your website? Remember, it doesn’t have to be perfect!
And, if you have any questions, just ask.