How to Add Cookies Notification in your WordPress Website?
Do you want to Add a Cookies Notification in your WordPress Website?
In simple words, a cookie is a small piece of data that a website asks your browser to store on your mobile or computer device. It is used to keep track of visitors movements within the site so that it remembers something about you at a later time.
In this tutorial, we will learn to Add a Cookies Notification in your WordPress Website.
The WordPress community has some of the best Cookies Popup plugins that help you follow the directive. We introduce you the perfect Cookie Notification Plugin for WordPress – WP Cookie User Info Pro
WP Cookie User Info Pro
It is a premium WordPress plugin which notifies the user with Cookie Information on your website in a different position. You can create, customize, and build the Cookie Info for your site in your own. Create astonishing Cookies Popup in your site today!
Major Features of WP Cookie User Info Pro:
- 30 pre-designed templates
- 3 different layouts (Bar, Popup and Floating)
- Show cookie information with a background image
- Cookie info occurrence and reoccurrence
- Cookie info display pages
- Feature to preview in backend
- Supports mobile devices
- Translation ready and fully responsive
Let’s Add Cookies Notification in your WordPress Website:
Step 1: Installation of WP Cookie User Info Pro
As a first step, you need to get the WP Cookie User Info Pro Plugin on your WordPress website. In order to do so, go to CodeCanyon and Purchase WP Cookie User Info Pro plugin. After the purchase is made, you will receive a zipped file in the Email.
In order to install the plugin in your site, follow our tutorial guide on ‘How to Install New WordPress Plugin?’
Install the plugin and Activate it on your site.
Step 2: Getting Started
Once you have successfully installed and activated the plugin, you can WP Cookie Info Pro on the left sidebar admin menu.
When you click on the menu, the page will direct to the landing page with various tabs on the left of the page. Now, you have to click on the menu “WP Cookie User Info Pro” or sub-menu “Cookie Info Manager”. It will take you to the tab list page. There you can see the cookie info on the list.
- Click on the Add Cookie Info button.
Here you set the behavioural and display settings for your new Cookie Notice. This page consist of three basic tabs menu which are:
- Content Settings
- Layout Settings
- Extra Settings
Step 3: Cookie Info Setting
The content setting allows you to set the display text for the different cookie notice components such as the Content Area, Confirmation, More info and Close button.
In the Layout setting, you can select a layout and built-in template for the cookie info. Also, the position and additional customization to the cookie info.
The Extra setting allows you to set the occurrence and re-occurrence behaviours of the cookie info.
Step 4: General Setting
Step 5: Applying Cookie Info
Applying Default Cookie Info
You can apply Cookie Info default for the whole website. Enable the plugin from the General Setting and select cookie info and save it. You can apply the default cookies to all pages, homepage or specific pages in the site.
Applying Specific Cookie Info
You can apply the Cookie info specifically for a specific page in your site. While adding or editing a post, you can choose your own cookie info for the page or disable it. The change will avoid the default selection.
Step 6: Custom Template Setting
Custom Template allows you to include additional display features to the Cookie Notice. You can chooseCustom Template from the Layout Settings. The user can edit the Custom Template from this list.
Initially, the list is empty, on Adding a Custom Template. It will redirect to a page to add.
The Custom Templates setting is composed of customization along with the different components of Cookie Infos, namely, Content Area, Confirmation, More Info and Close Button.
Selecting a Custom Template
When you add a custom template, select it in cookie info setting in order to apply it in the frontend layout.
Select the Custom Template from the layout setting tab of the Cookie Info Settings Form.
You can export the cookie info and custom templates to a new site easily from this section. The exported JSON data is auto-generated depending on the selections made. The JSON data can be copied or downloaded as a JSON file.
The JSON code generated from exporting the plugin data from the source site is imported from this page. Depending on whether the JSON code is copied or downloaded from the source it is either pasted or uploaded to the destination site.
You can import the Demo Examples of Cookie Infos showcased in our plugin’s demo site using the demo import property. Choose the required cookie info from the list and click on ‘Import Demo’ button.
In this way, you can Add Cookies Notification in your WordPress website. AccessPress Themes has both the free and premium version of the WP Cookie User Info Pro. If you want to start with free and move to pro, you can Download the plugin.