A cookie is a small text file that is saved on a user's device when they visit a website. Cookies can help for instance to recognize users who repeatedly are visiting a website. Your website is using cookies.
- The cookie notice
The cookie notice
We've prepared a cookie notice text that's displayed by default on your website.
The cookie notice therefore offers visitors the opportunity to actively give their consent to the usage of cookies. Your visitors can either accept all cookies, or only the required cookies that are necessary for the operation of the website. The non-required cookies are only loaded after the visitor agreed to the usage of ALL cookies.
If the visitor decides to only accept the required cookies, it might alter the functionality of your custom HTML, Google Tag Manager, or third-party applications if they are running scripts or adding cookies.
As written above, it's up to you to decide whether you'd like to display the provided cookie notice on your website or not. Furthermore, you can edit the text that is displayed within the cookie notice:
- In the sidebar of your cockpit, navigate to Website > Editor.
- In the bottom bar, select the icon .
- Select the tab .
- In the section Display cookie notice you determine if the cookie notice should be displayed on your website.
- In the section Cookie notice text you can edit the text which is shown to the visitor in the cookie notice. You can also add links by selecting .
- Select Save.
You cannot change the text of the cookie notice on this page. To do so, you'll need to edit the cookie notice in the Editor.
Your visitors can access this page at any time in order to change the cookie settings they have determined via the cookie notice.
Besides the cookie notice, you can add an individual text to be displayed on this page. To do so, use the text area ("Type here") in the preview of the page. You can make use of all formatting options that are available for texts. The text and your changes are automatically saved.
It is not possible to add images or other content elements to legal pages.
For example, you might want to give further information on the cookies used on your website. That's why we prepared a list of all required cookies that are used on your website and that are necessary for the operation of the website:
|Name of the cookie||Purpose of the cookie|
|session_id||Required to store the shopping cart and for spam protection.|
|session_id.sig||Required to validate the session_id cookie.|
|sf-locale||Required to store the chosen locale of the website.|
|Required to store the decision that was made by the visitor in the cookie notice.|
Keep in mind that the above list only includes the required cookies of your website. Further cookies heavily depend on activated apps, integrations, and settings and are not included. If you are unsure about which further cookies are set, you might want to contact the support of the respective apps and integrations.
- In the sidebar of the cockpit, navigate to Website > Editor.
- In the sidebar of the Editor, you'll now find the section Legal pages.
- Under Visibility on website, specify whether the page should be visible or not.
- Select Save.
This article contains initial legal pointers but makes no claims in respect to completeness and accuracy. It can under no circumstances serve to replace legal advice on an individual case.