CookieHub empowers website owners to gain full transparency and control over the cookies used on their WordPress sites. With just a few simple steps, you can effortlessly create a comprehensive cookie consent banner, allowing visitors to provide or withhold their consent for different types of cookies. Say goodbye to complex coding and time-consuming setups!
Additionally, CookieHub offers a convenient Cookie Scanner to analyse your website’s cookies. Check your site for compliance and ensure proper implementation. Use our Cookie Scanner to get started.
Simple Setup: Install and activate CookieHub within minutes, thanks to its user-friendly interface and intuitive settings.
Comprehensive Cookie Consent: Display an elegant and customizable cookie consent banner to inform your visitors about the cookies your site uses and obtain their consent effortlessly. With the CookieHub widget, you have the option to either use a pre-designed theme or fully customise the buttons, colours, and placement on your website. Paid plans offer the ability to add custom CSS, allowing you to customise to your specific needs and preferences.
Cookie Categorization: Categorize your cookies into different types, such as essential, analytical, marketing, and more, giving your users granular control over their preferences. When websites use the CookieHub Consent Management Platform (CMP), they give users the option to allow or deny certain categories of cookies. This helps to protect users’ privacy. The most common categories of cookies are necessary cookies, preference cookies, analytical cookies, and marketing cookies.
Customizable Consent Options: Tailor your consent options to match your website’s unique needs. Allow visitors to grant or revoke consent easily and adjust their cookie preferences at any time.
Automatic Cookie Blocking: Ensure compliance by automatically blocking cookies until the user provides explicit consent, preventing unauthorized tracking or data collection.
GDPR and ePrivacy Compliance: Stay in line with the latest data protection regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the ePrivacy Directive.
Advanced Reports: Gain valuable insights into cookie usage and visitor preferences through built-in analytics, helping you optimize your website’s performance and user experience.
Consent Logging: When the consent log feature is enabled, CookieHub logs and stores user consents along with necessary information required to look up user choices in case you’ll have to demonstrate consents to authorities. This feature is only available for paid subscriptions.
CookieHub makes cookie compliance a breeze for WordPress users, regardless of their technical expertise. Whether you run a small blog or a large e-commerce site, our plugin ensures you meet legal requirements while prioritizing user privacy and experience. Take control of your cookies today with CookieHub for WordPress and provide a secure and trustworthy browsing experience for your visitors.
Our WordPress plugin user guide will help you with the setup of the plugin.
Please note that installing this plugin alone does not guarantee GDPR compliance for your site. As each site utilizes different cookies, it is crucial to have appropriate configurations in place along with a supporting cookie notice to ensure compliance.
Contributors & Developers
“CookieHub WordPress Plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Release Date – 23 November 2023
Admin user interface improvements
Release Date – 21 November 2023
PHP 8+ compatibility issues fixed
Release Date – 21 November 2023
Updated admin user interface
Release Date – 13 July 2023
WordPress 6.2.x support verified, necessary category removed and minor text changes
Release Date – 7 February 2022
WordPress 5.9 support verified and minor text changes
Release Date – 20 April 2021
Added support for Google Consent Mode and automatic cookie blocking
Release Date – 15 February 2021
Added Polylang support to control the display language
Release Date – 11 February 2021
Added WPML support to control the display language
Release Date – 17 December 2020
Fixed notice showing when not in development mode
Release Date – 28 September 2020