Cookies are small files stored in user’s browser. These are used to track user’s activity which include remembering random pieces of information that the user formerly entered into form fields (e:g: credit card numbers, addresses, names and passwords). Generally, cookies are used to enhance the user experience. They usually interact with the web server or client’s computer. By showing the cookie message to your users, you can inform them that the website is going to install cookies in their device and by accepting the message they have given permission to install cookie files.
How to Create Cookie Message
To create cookie message, first you need to enable “Show Cookie Message”.
- Go to “Settings” -->”Advanced” in your CMS.
- Under “Advanced Settings”, select the checkbox “Show Cookie Message”.
- In the text editor, type the cookie message you want to show to your users. You can format the text using different formatting options available in the text editor. You can also translate the cookie message in different languages.
- Finally, click on “Save”.
How Users Can View & Accept Cookie Message
When users visit your website, they will see the cookie message popup. They need to click on the “Accept” button to allow your website to install cookies in their computer.